Solved List of sdk downloads?
I'd like to install 5.13 sdk. I'm googling and searching through the QT site, and I keep getting looped back to this "Try Buy" page. Does anyone have a direct link to the list of 5.13 sdks? Or can direct me how to get out of the Try Buy labyrinth?
bagumka last edited by
It's better to ask specific platform.
"Download. Try and Buy" -> (Scroll to the bottom of the page)
-> "Downloads for open source users" -> "Go open-source"
->(Scroll to the bottom of the page)
-> Looking for Qt binaries -> Download the Qt Online Installer
I must say it's more user friendly than in my youth, when I need to compile it, but it's still sophistacated :)
This is a link for online windows installer:
Thank you, that worked. For anyone reading, make sure to check Latest Releases and then the [Refresh] button in the installer in order to see the latest SDK.
Also, it looks like the installer is going to install QT Creator 4.10.1, with no option to uncheck that box. I already have QT Creator installed. Is there a way to get only 5.13.1 MSVC 2017 32-bit, and not re-install QT Creator?
solved: Looks like you have to install QT Creator for Every Single Sdk, and the request to allow Creator to be optional has been deemed "out of scope". https://forum.qt.io/topic/29996/install-qt-sdk-without-qt-creator/4
Thanks for the help.
SGaist Lifetime Qt Champion last edited by
Not for every single one of them unless you get the offline installer each time. With the online installer you install it once and then you can add as many variants of Qt you want.
@SGaist It does not seem to be working that way for me.
I have this installer: qt-unified-windows-x86-3.1.1-online
Here, screenshot shows QT Creator cannot be unselected:
How can an sdk be installed without forcing Creator installation, too?
I don't know what I installed it with originally, online or offline.
jsulm Lifetime Qt Champion last edited by jsulm
@JeTSpice Your screen-shot shows that QtCreator is already installed, it will not be installed again. Just add one more SDK and see what happens. I usually have more than one Qt version installed and QtCreator is always installed only once.
On Windows QtCreator is installed in YOUR_QT_DIR/Tools/QtCreator - this directory is not SDK specific.