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Debugging with Creator: MinGW app recognized as msvc2008?
(Qt SDK, Qt Creator 2.4.0)
I am trying to debug a MinGW debug build using Qt creator. An exception occurs, and I choose to debug with Qt Creator.
When Qt creator starts, I get an error message:
"There is no CDB binary available for binaries in format 'x86-windows-msvc2008-pe-32bit'"
How so? The executable is certainly not 'x86-windows-msvc2008-pe-32bit'!
How do I tell Qt Creator to use gdb in this case?
Are you sure that this is not a MSVC 2008 build? If you are: Can you please mail me the binary and/or "file a bug report":http://bugreports.qt.nokia.com/ ?
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Your help would be appreciated.
The application is definitely MinGW - when I try to start it, I need mingwm10.dll, which isn't the case for applications I compile using Visual Studio.
I do have multiple Qt versions installed side by side - MinGW (that's the SDK), VS 2008 and VS 2010. Maybe there's a source of trouble.
The application in question is a bit big (a few dozen MB), but I'll try to cause the same issue with a small test application.
I have posted a bug report:
ero-sennin95 last edited by
have you comodo firewall?
it must be the problem.