Only desktop targets in Nokia SDK & Qt in PATH not found



  • Hello.
    I installed Nokia Qt SDK, it worked fine for several days but then I got error shown at screenshot. Error appears when I try to open any project.

    !http://img694.imageshack.us/img694/2200/errorcpt.png!

    The only thing solved it was reinstalling whole SDK. It worked for some time and then this error again.

    Tried "this solution":http://developer.qt.nokia.com/forums/viewthread/1542, it does not help.

    !http://img94.imageshack.us/img94/5250/error2xm.png!



  • Hello!
    I've had the same problem some times... I've reinstalled all again and again.
    [quote author="colorfulFOOL" date="1293280397"]
    Tried "this solution":http://developer.qt.nokia.com/forums/viewthread/1542, it does not help.

    [/quote]
    Yes for me these solution doesn't help too.

    So, I don't know if anyone else has found a better solution.



  • If you had installed Nokia Qt SDK how did it show option for Desktop Version. To compile for Desktop version you would have to install the Qt 2010.05 SDK too.



  • [quote author="QtK" date="1293286626"]If you had installed Nokia Qt SDK how did it show option for Desktop Version.[/quote]
    Initially, it shows only Symbian, Maemo and Simulator targets. But after error appears, there is only Desktop.



  • Well, after some experiments, I think that at one moment (for an unknown reason) Creator "brokes" Qt versions specified in its options. Then, even with qmake location specified manually it can't find other components (libs, headers, examples, etc).
    Question is, where is location of this components stored?



  • I always keep both Qt SDK and Nokia Qt SDK installed, you need them both if you would target both worlds - mobile and desktop. Although there is a promise to merge these two into single installation package, let's see what's happens in the next months.



  • I don't think you need them both but you may end up with both of them after installing the "Nokia SDK" (for mobile stuff) and downloading the Qt SDK for your desktop platform.

    It may not find the "Qt in Path" because you "environment" path variable is not right but it is not a problem. You can add other Qt versions manually (including the desktop version).

    I use the latest qt creator "beta" version and add the "Qt versions" from the "other" versions (Nokia SDK, ...)



  • [quote author="fcrochik" date="1293401336"]I don't think you need them both but you may end up with both of them after installing the "Nokia SDK" (for mobile stuff) and downloading the Qt SDK for your desktop platform.

    It may not find the "Qt in Path" because you "environment" path variable is not right but it is not a problem. You can add other Qt versions manually (including the desktop version).

    I use the latest qt creator "beta" version and add the "Qt versions" from the "other" versions (Nokia SDK, ...)[/quote]

    As far as I know (I am not sure on this one) but you need the Qt SDK for Desktop and Nokia Qt SDK for mobile development. See "here":http://qt.nokia.com/products/qt-for-mobile-platforms#qtfornokia



  • [quote author="Milot Shala" date="1293401426"]
    As far as I know (I am not sure on this one) but you need the Qt SDK for Desktop and Nokia Qt SDK for mobile development. See "here":http://qt.nokia.com/products/qt-for-mobile-platforms#qtfornokia[/quote]

    I believe you need to install the Nokia SDK to get the maemo/symbian toolchains but once you have them installed you can use any version of Qt creator (as long as its newer than the one on Nokia SDK).

    If you install the Qt SDK for windows you can use the Qt creator bundled with Nokia SDK to create Desktop applications.

    I am almost sure of it.



  • [quote author="fcrochik" date="1293402212"][quote author="Milot Shala" date="1293401426"]
    As far as I know (I am not sure on this one) but you need the Qt SDK for Desktop and Nokia Qt SDK for mobile development. See "here":http://qt.nokia.com/products/qt-for-mobile-platforms#qtfornokia[/quote]

    I believe you need to install the Nokia SDK to get the maemo/symbian toolchains but once you have them installed you can use any version of Qt creator (as long as its newer than the one on Nokia SDK).

    If you install the Qt SDK for windows you can use the Qt creator bundled with Nokia SDK to create Desktop applications.

    I am almost sure of it.[/quote]

    It doesn't matter which version of Qt Creator you are using as long as you have both SDK's installed.


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