QT Simulator under Windows 7 64bit does not work (does not exist?)



  • Hello,
    I've installed Nokia QT SDK under win 7 64bit. When I'm trying to run an application in QT mobile simulator, I got an error message from MS Visual C++ Runtime Library: "This application has requested the Runtime to terminate it in an unusual way..."

    So, is QT simulator missed? Or it does not work under win 7 64bit?



  • [quote author="vitasam" date="1291466915"]Hello,
    I've installed Nokia QT SDK under win 7 64bit. When I'm trying to run an application in QT mobile simulator, I got an error message from MS Visual C++ Runtime Library: "This application has requested the Runtime to terminate it in an unusual way..."

    So, is QT simulator missed? Or it does not work under win 7 64bit?[/quote]

    I have no problems running Qt Simulator on Win7 x64, MS VS 2008, Nokia Qt SDK 1.0.2. (All official updates installed for both Windows and MSVS2008)

    What version of MS VS you're using?



  • Hi,
    [quote author="tamhanna" date="1291467374"]Have you tried to run it in Windows XP compatibility mode?[/quote]
    No I did not try it.



  • [quote author="infoctopus" date="1291469275"]
    [quote author="vitasam" date="1291466915"]Hello,
    I've installed Nokia QT SDK under win 7 64bit. When I'm trying to run an application in QT mobile simulator, I got an error message from MS Visual C++ Runtime Library: "This application has requested the Runtime to terminate it in an unusual way..."

    So, is QT simulator missed? Or it does not work under win 7 64bit?[/quote]

    I have no problems running Qt Simulator on Win7 x64, MS VS 2008, Nokia Qt SDK 1.0.2. (All official updates installed for both Windows and MSVS2008)

    What version of MS VS you're using?[/quote]
    To be honest I don't have any MS Visual Studio on my PC. Do I need it to be able to run Nokia QT mobile simulator?



  • vitasam, no, msvs is not required. It is only required if you are using msvc compiler.



  • [quote author="Denis Kormalev" date="1291475076"]vitasam, no, msvs is not required. It is only required if you are using msvc compiler.[/quote]
    No, I think I have MiniGW environment - I can build a project.
    But what's wrong with my env.? I've installed only Nokia QT SDK (not a Qt SDK for Windows) - do I need something else?



  • vitasam, try to use compat mode as suggested before. Maybe it will help.



  • [quote author="Denis Kormalev" date="1291475667"]vitasam, try to use compat mode as suggested before. Maybe it will help.[/quote]
    I will try it. As a possible option I'm thinking about Ubuntu - I have it in VirtualBox and have used Nokia QT SDK before in Linux.



  • [quote author="vitasam" date="1291475569"]
    [quote author="Denis Kormalev" date="1291475076"]vitasam, no, msvs is not required. It is only required if you are using msvc compiler.[/quote]
    No, I think I have MiniGW environment - I can build a project.
    But what's wrong with my env.? I've installed only Nokia QT SDK (not a Qt SDK for Windows) - do I need something else?
    [/quote]

    I just tried Simulator and MinGW - worked like a charm. So this is not a Windows 7 x64 issue



  • P.S. My Windows 7 x64 is Enterprise if that can be related somehow



  • [quote author="vitasam" date="1291475569"]
    [quote author="Denis Kormalev" date="1291475076"]vitasam, no, msvs is not required. It is only required if you are using msvc compiler.[/quote]
    No, I think I have MiniGW environment - I can build a project.
    But what's wrong with my env.? I've installed only Nokia QT SDK (not a Qt SDK for Windows) - do I need something else?

    [/quote]

    Just fyi its written Qt and not QT. You can edit and fix it in your posts.



  • I installed it under Ubuntu in VirtualBox. Everything works just fine.
    Thanks to all!



  • For what it's worth, it works fine in Win7 x64 here. It might be worth while to investigate the issue so you don't need to run VirtualBox.

    [quote author="QtK" date="1291482054"]Just fyi its written Qt and not QT. You can edit and fix it in your posts.[/quote]

    Hah, that's a bit extreme. Maybe the website should change all 'QT' to 'Qt' like it changes my javascript to removed. It's not like we'd be talking about anything else, right?



  • For one reason or another I end up not using the simulator while developing for the n900 but it does work on Windows 7 64 bit.



  • [quote author="xsacha" date="1291514899"]For what it's worth, it works fine in Win7 x64 here. It might be worth while to investigate the issue so you don't need to run VirtualBox.

    [quote author="QtK" date="1291482054"]Just fyi its written Qt and not QT. You can edit and fix it in your posts.[/quote]

    Hah, that's a bit extreme. Maybe the website should change all 'QT' to 'Qt' like it changes my javascript to removed. It's not like we'd be talking about anything else, right?
    [/quote]

    But some might also be referring to QT as for QuickTime. This issue was previously faced by FN and all had to be cleaned up.



  • [quote author="infoctopus" date="1291481282"][quote author="vitasam" date="1291475569"] [quote author="Denis Kormalev" date="1291475076"]vitasam, no, msvs is not required. It is only required if you are using msvc compiler.[/quote] No, I think I have MiniGW environment - I can build a project. But what's wrong with my env.? I've installed only Nokia QT SDK (not a Qt SDK for Windows) - do I need something else? [/quote] I just tried Simulator and MinGW - worked like a charm. So this is not a Windows 7 x64 issue[/quote]
    I've installed MS VS 2010 (Express Edition). After that I've installed Nokia QT SDK again.

    From NQTSDK I can select Simulator in the build target platform. But still can't run even simple (Analogue Clock) example.



  • [quote author="xsacha" date="1291514899"]For what it's worth, it works fine in Win7 x64 here. It might be worth while to investigate the issue so you don't need to run VirtualBox. [/quote]
    I need Linux in VirtualBox anyway, so it is not a problem. Also working with GIT and GIT repositories is a bit more simple in Linux (IMHO).



  • you could try VS2008 Express. If the problems persists, then it's maybe a Express edition issue
    Also reinstalling Windows can be of ultimate help ;) (since it's all fine on clean virtual Win7)



  • [quote author="Denis Kormalev" date="1291475667"]vitasam, try to use compat mode as suggested before. Maybe it will help.[/quote]
    Tested it - started QtCreator in XP compatible mode. Same problem.



  • [quote author="infoctopus" date="1291576301"]you could try VS2008 Express. If the problems persists, then it's maybe a Express edition issue Also reinstalling Windows can be of ultimate help ;) (since it's all fine on clean virtual Win7)[/quote]
    No, thanks, maybe next time :)
    I can survive with Qt SDK in Ubuntu under VirtualBox.


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