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[Solved]Where can i find last QT + QT creator for Windows XP
Due no support I have to find older versions. I was checking archive (http://download.qt-project.org/archive/) but there is only QT creator 2.5. I´m looking for combination QT creator + QT MinGW for WinXP.
Can someone help me please?
AFAIK you can install any version of Qt on windows xp. The only thing you need to observe is whether you need 32 bit or 64 bit.
Certainly the harddisk space requirement might be an issue especially for very old PCs.
Did you try to install a new version?
Yes i have tried but im getting issue with "Build and Run" settings in "QT version". I cant set up qmake.exe because it isnt "executable".
I thought its because of old Windows XP :(
First i was trying "Qt Online Installer for Windows (13 MB)" but i got this problem https://qt-project.org/forums/viewthread/37099/. Now i was trying "Qt 5.2.0 for Windows 32-bit (MinGW 4.8, OpenGL, 689 MB)", installation was without problems but this think with qmake is still broken.
Sorry for creepy english
You might want to check whether there is a qmake at that location. Is it in this location?
PS: Do not worry about your English. Most of us are not native English speakers.
yes it is as u can see here http://adolfik.ic.cz/bordel/bug3.jpg
I have googled something (http://stackoverflow.com/questions/15259900/qt-creator-2-6-2-and-qt-4-8-4-qt-version-is-not-properly-installed) about writing "configure" to console but i dont know what it means...mby something for Linux users
Try to add this qmake manually with "Add" on the right side.
Also check the "Compiler" tab and "Kits" tab, if there is a warning.
Yes i was trying this and its says "This version was already registered as "QT 5.2.0 MinGW 32bit". When i Clean up and try it add again its says "Qmake not executable"...
after Clean up
"Compiler tab" looks fine
"Kits tab" looks bad !http://adolfik.ic.cz/bordel/bug6.jpg(pic3)!
Did you choose a default configuration for installation? Something seems messed up.
Please post picture what you see under "Compilers" tab.
You can post picture to be seen directly in the forum. Either you are using the picture button (left of link) atop of your "post a reply" dialog or you can alternatively use the short route by placing exclamation marks (!) directly before and after the link to the picture.
I have added those exclamation marks for you in previous posts.
Ive reinstalled (like xxx times) it. Now its in D:
summary of screenshots u can find here:
Try to set the qt version (qmake file) in "Qt Versions" and/or add under "Kits" the kit manually. You have to choose
"Device Type" -> "Desktop"
"Device" -> "Run locally (Default for Desktop)"
"Compiler" -> ??? Choose the MinGW entry
"Qt Versions" -> "Qt 5.2.0 (MinGW48_32)"
Probably most of the entries are already, but you need respectively make the choices as above.
well i think this QT is trolling me. Ive reinstalled system (again WinXP SP3) and everything seems is fine. Problem is it was working (like now) before these problems so i hope it will be fine forever -_-
by the way...Is necessary add PATH variables? Im gonna use WinAVR (toolchain kit with GCC for AVR mikrocontrollers) so there can be problem with "shared exes" like make etc
[quote author="Longin" date="1389650315"]by the way...Is necessary add PATH variables? Im gonna use WinAVR (toolchain kit with GCC for AVR mikrocontrollers) so there can be problem with "shared exes" like make etc[/quote]Hi,
Adding PATH variables are not necessary. In fact, they have been known to cause problems (e.g. tools not found, wrong DLLs linked, etc.). Remove them and try again
There is nothing to add to JKSH's reply.
Good to know that have managed to get it working. You should add [solved] to your subject line. Edit first post. There is also the access to title line possible.
[quote author="JKSH" date="1389652434"][quote author="Longin" date="1389650315"]by the way...Is necessary add PATH variables? Im gonna use WinAVR (toolchain kit with GCC for AVR mikrocontrollers) so there can be problem with "shared exes" like make etc[/quote]Hi,
Adding PATH variables are not necessary. In fact, they have been known to cause problems (e.g. tools not found, wrong DLLs linked, etc.). Remove them and try again[/quote]
So everything is about right settings in Build and Run tab (with user Makefile for toolchains like WinAVR etc)?
I just re-read your post on 13 January and realized that your system is working now. Sorry for asking you to try again!
Anyway, yes you are correct, the Build and Run tab is the place to specify which tools to use. They don't need to be in the PATH.
Note: For each project, you need to specify which kit(s) to use. Most of the time, Qt Creator correctly selects your default kit and everything should work smoothly. However, if you do things like update your kit, old project settings might break. In this case, go to the Projects tab on the left of Qt Creator to remove the old kit and add the new one.