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Tons of errors after reinstalling Qt-Creator Clang Code Model
pauledd last edited by pauledd
I am dogged by bad luck after messing with Qt-Creator reinstalls. My current
project just worked fine and I had no errors. After reinstalling and reconfiguring my kits to crosscompile for RaspberryPi, I get a LOAD of errors in the same project, but if I BUILD the project I get NOT ONE error.
In the editor window I get those errors indicated by a red O cirlce.
Even in the main.cpp I get now an error:
main.cpp:6:5: error: cannot initialize object parameter of type 'QWidget' with an expression of type 'MainWindow'
And then this continues in my mainwindow.cpp like in a battlefield:
But again, if I compile the project I just get one tiny warning for an unused parameter...
I guess the problem is in the "Code Model"? I dont really understand how this works. I have this settings:
My Kit is a bit specific because I use GCC from the Raspberry Toolchain (4.9.?) and as sysroot a copy from my raspberry pi.
This worked without errors until recent Qt-Creator reinstall.
I also get this warning about "code model could not parse in included file":
Any Ideas why bad luck hunts me so hard ? :)
pauledd last edited by
Solved. Under KITS->compilers I obviously had selected a wrong g++ compiler.
I have to use this one:
as decribed here:
Once selected all errors gone.