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No suitable kits can be found. How do I solve this?
ankit thakar last edited by ankit thakar
First of all check whether is there any kit configured in your QT your not by going into Tools -> Options -> Kits. Like below image.
isdsi last edited by
please, run your 'qt maintenance tool.app' in your qt folder.
and you should check your option like '5.12.4->msvc2017' or '5.12.4->clang++'.
if you have any compiler / toolchain kit, you cannot select in the 'kit selection'.
this is what i have
@aranjit What kind of project are you trying to create?
@jsulm Just trying to create a simple calculator
Your kit seems a bit odd so are you trying to do cross-compiling or anything like that ?
What platform are you on ?
Its it macOs?
How did you install Qt ?
What packets did you select ?
If MacOs, did you also install XCode etc ?
ankit thakar last edited by
@aranjit :- I actually faced same kind of problem in one of my colleague's machine.
What I observed in his machine is that he didn't configured any Qt versions.
So, can you please check that if you have the same problem or not?
i.e. goto Tools -> Options -> Kits -> Qt versions ...
SwarmPoint last edited by
This happend for me because during the install on the versions page there is a tickbox stating (Use latest releases) as this seemed like a reasonable default I proceeded. This actually installed no Qt versions. So there were no kits installed. Hence this error during first use.
The problem is due to not making a selection in the list on the right, and can be remediend by running (Mac OS) ~/Qt/MaintenanceTool.app which will run through windows similar to the installation process. Select a Qt version on the page shown here.