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Can't load Qt-project created on Windows in Qt Creator on Mac OSX
I created a Qt-project on Windows (with Qt Creator).
Now I wanted to take this project to Mac OSX and recompile it but once I load the project I get the message:
bq. No valid Qt-versions could be found.
Please add a valid version at extras/settings or by using the sdk-installation-utility.
(I freely translated this text).
What's wrong here?
stukdev last edited by
Have you installed qt library or only qt creator?
I installed both. self-compiled Qt SDK 1.1 and Qt Creator 2.2
Assuming you are using Qt Creator 2.2:
Do you have a valid Qt version set up (Check Tools->Options->Qt4)?
Do you have a tool chain set up (Check Tools->Options->Tool chains) that can be used for that Qt version? Having some arm-linux cross-compiler set up will not work with a MacOS Qt anymore:-)
You need both to compile a Qt project.
A valid Qt-version is set.
EDIT: When I start Qt Creator via Bash it works.
So it seems although I set the PATH environment variable for all GUI apps in environment.plist AND Qt Creator shows it under Qt versions, it still can't compile with it for some reasons.
I filed a bug-report for this:
goetz last edited by
I recommend adding the Qt manually in the settings dialog. This works without having Qt in any of the PATH variables. This is the way I use since the very first preview release of Creator :-) I never had a "Qt in PATH" in use.