QT Quick emulation layer Crashed (1:0), Files not created in GUI project, no prompts?
On a fresh install. QTC 3.3.1 running on Win 7 Pro 64-Bit.
QT Quick emulation layer Crashed (1:0)
When opening the Design feature.
Could this be because when creating a new project I'm not getting the prompts to create: Class, Header, and Form files? After the project is created those files are also not listed in the projects file view contents.
A workaround was posted yesterday: http://blog.qt.io/blog/2015/02/24/qt-5-4-1-released/#comment-1195025
That solved it.
These bugs wouldn't have anything to do with All of the Build menu items being dis-enabled would it?
[quote author="Edward~" date="1424892414"]That solved it.[/quote]Good to hear!
[quote author="Edward~" date="1424892414"]These bugs wouldn't have anything to do with All of the Build menu items being dis-enabled would it?[/quote]Probably not. I reproduced the crash on my copy of QtC, but I can still build my projects.
I'm guessing that either:
You installed a version of Qt (the library) without installing the matching compiler, or
You installed Qt Creator (the IDE) without installing Qt (the library)
If #1, either (a) install the appropriate compiler, or (b) install a copy of Qt that matches your compiler.
If #2, install Qt.
- The Qt packages already include a copy of Qt Creator too.
- The MinGW Qt package also includes the MinGW compiler. However, Microsoft forbids Qt from bundling their compiler, so you need to get MSVC directly from Microsoft.
- If you do #1a or #2, uninstall what you already have first, to avoid duplicate copies.