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First attempts installing
I have mac os x 10.8.3
I've downloaded and installed qt creator 2.7.0 and qt libraries 4.8.4, but I don't understand, how to switch library and creator
Hi and welcome to devnet,
What do you mean by switch library and creator ?
[quote author="SGaist" date="1366982893"]Hi and welcome to devnet,
What do you mean by switch library and creator ?[/quote]
I want to create gui application in qt creator, but in it there is no it. when i choose
(new project) there is a list contains:
So I thing, that creator doesn't find the library
Then it's easy take a look at QtCreator's "documentation":http://qt-project.org/doc/qtcreator-2.7/creator-project-qmake.html
Once setup, make a new project and you should have all what's needed
Thank you for the document, but now there is another problem:
I open Tools>External>Build&Run>Qt versions>add and it shows me the directory in which I have installed qt 4.6.4 and there are:
As I understood i should find some file .exe but i can't manage with it
qmake.exe is in the bin directory. Did you install the sources or a precompiled package ?
file name: qt-mac-opensources-4.6.4.dmg
Woops sorry, I forgot you where using OS X.
Look in /usr/bin
I found the directory (it was hidden), but I can have an access to it (probably, for Apple security reasons).
Is there qt creator which is already included libraries (older than 5.0)?
Now it's okay.
Thank you very much!
Indeed, it is on OS X.
QtCreator doesn't include any libraries by default. There are SDK's that will provide QtCreator pre-configured with the Qt versions that comes in the bundle but that's all. All other versions have to be added manually.
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