[SOLVED] What version of Qt do i have?
In the about dialog it says 4.8.2... in the compile output
So 4.8.2 or 4.8.3?
I want it so as to know what to put in the bug reporter they have (https://bugreports.qt-project.org/secure/Dashboard.jspa)...
How did you get the about dialog?
In coding my apps, i used:
and it always shows the correct version of the toolchain(?) that was used in building my app.
Well, I am seeing that you are using a "shadow build". I think the version you should file to the bug reporter is Qt 4.8.3.
Maybe Qt 4.8.2 just showed because you used it in building your Qt 4.8.3 from source. (Am I right?)
I just formatted to Ubuntu 12.10...
so it's a fress install of qt..
i am not saying about qApp->aboutQt();
i am saying when u open qt and go help->about qt creator...
Here what i am saying:
Qt Creator is not running on your system Qt installation, it's build is based on built-in Qt version. So you can run QtC even without having Qt installed on your system.
Using Qt version 4.8.3 in /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu :)
So bug of qt? showing 4.8.2 in the about?
Reread my comment. About box of Qt Creator talks about Qt it was built and shipped with. It's a separate package, independent from the rest of your system.
The about dialog of Qt Creator will report the Qt version used by Qt Creator. That is a different Qt version than the one used by your applications.
You do not want to have your IDE stop working when you mess around with your Qt versions to make them work best for your applications, do you?