Unsolved Installing QT Creator on Debian
What are steps to properly install and use QT Creator on Debian?
Go to http://www.qt.io/download/ download the open-source Qt version, execute the downloaded file and follow the installer.
By default it installs QtCreator as well.
But I have problem with installing appropriate qmake package, do I need qt4-qmake or qt5-qmake? What's the difference between these two qt-creator-opensource-linux-x86-3.5.1 and qt-opensource-linux-x86-5.5.1?
what installer did you use exactly from the link jsulm pointed to?
if you use the online/offline installer you should get Qt Creator automatically also.
"What's the difference between these two qt-creator-opensource-linux-x86-3.5.1 and qt-opensource-linux-x86-5.5.1?"
the first one is Qt creator and the second is the one I mentioned earlier.
You should not need to install Qt Creator separately.
@Zola What problem is it? Just start the installer and select the Qt version you want to have (current version is 5.5.1). It will install everything including qmake. QtCreator is installed by default and should detect Qt automatically.
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You mean you need Qt for ARM (armhf)?
In this case you will need to build Qt for ARM (the Qt installer only provides "Android armv5" and "Android armv7").
If you want to build your apps on your PC for ARM then you need to cross compile Qt. Or you build on your ARM device, then you can build Qt on that device.