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QtCreator 2.2 does't recognize std:: anymore?
I updated my QtCreator to version 2.2 to solve a "Mime type problem":http://developer.qt.nokia.com/forums/viewthread/5686/, but I discovered that this new version have lost awareness of the standard C++ classes.
I took std::string as example in the title, but anything under std:: is not auto completed neither highlighted.
Is this normal?
I suspect this is my machine setup screwing things around by I don't know where to look.
I'm on Fedora 13 x64, and I don't have Qt4.7.x installed (my fedora is stuck to the 4.6.3 version).
Do I need to upgrade my Qt installation as well or is QtCreator a "standalone" (it's installed in my user directory with all the Qt4.7 libs provided with it)?
Creator processes the headers you include. It has no special code for stuff in std. So are you including the proper headers? Are the include pathes correct?
Well I don't know how to tune this.
I use QtCreator for a C++ project with a cross-compiler, but I don't use the provided compilation system, so if QtCreator tries to infer the include paths with this, I guess it won't be able to.
What's surprising is that my 2.1-RC1 has no problem parsing/finding the standard headers, whereas this one can't!
Qt Creator 2.2 got way better at figuring out compilers, so maybe it got a bit too clever for your use case:-)
Can you please file an issue in "our bugtracker":http://bugreports.qt.nokia.com/, describing your setup? We want to improve "generic linux device" support for 2.3 and handling (most) cross-compiler setups out there definitely falls into that category:-)
Okay, done here: http://bugreports.qt.nokia.com/browse/QTCREATORBUG-4846
But I suspect this is because of the cross-compiling environment and me not using QtCreator's building tools.