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[solved] installing multiple kits on windows
I need some help installing multiple kits on a qt-creator windows installation.
I successfully installed the Windows x64 version of QT and got everything working using the Microsoft compilers. I now would like to add the 32-bit kit to the installation. How do I do that?
I currently have a single version installed
I assume that the 32-bit version would need to be added as
If I try to install the complete Qt for 32-bit windows package I cannot install it into the same directory as the already existing installation, essentially leaving me with 2 completelt independent qt-creator installations. I'm sure that's not the desired solution.
If I then manually copy the msvc2013_opengl kit into the /Qt/Qt5.3.1/5.3/ directory and manually add the kit to the qt-creator configuration I still get makefiles that are generated with old path information.
I guess the question is, how can I install additional build kits to a Windows qt installation such that the kits is properly registered and auto-detected by qt?
Hi and welcome to devnet,
The simple way to do that is to use the Online Installer. There you can select several version of Qt to install
smile. Sweet, who would have thought. I'll give it a try right away. Thank you
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You're welcome !
Since you are now up and running, please update the thread tittle prepending [solved] so other forum users may know a solution has been found :)