Is there a workaround for this ?



  • In QT Creator, When you go to : File-->New File or Project --> NON-QT Projects --> Plain C Application --> Choose-->Enter a Name for Project-->Next-->Next-->Finish

    (1)the default file created is main.c and it contains :

    #include <stdio.h>

    int main(int argc, char *argv[])
    {
    printf("Hello World!\n");
    return 0;
    }

    I want main.c to be empty.
    is there a way to make main.c empty when we open a plain C application project ?

    (2) Why is it that there are no items in Class View when I choose "class view" from the drop down list at the top left corner ?(when you create a plain C++ project with the default main.cpp in it and a few other classes thrown in )


  • Moderators

    Hi, welcome to the forum.

    1. You can go to the <Qt Creator install dir>/share/qtcreator/templates/wizards/projects/plainc directory and edit the main.c template file to be whatever you want.

    2. It works for me. Which build system/compiler/OS do you use?



  • Thanks for answering number (1).

    Regarding number (2), I choose Cmake as my build system...would that be a probable cause ? I also cant add any files to my project under the "Projects" Drop Down list



  • Windows 7 64 bit , Cmake , QTC 4.0.1, QT 5.6.1

    planning to install QTC on Ubuntu MaTE 64-bit with GCC/G++


  • Moderators

    AFAIK CMake integration is getting better but is still a work in progress. Some stuff works, some doesn't. See the docs for an overview what's already implemented. If I'm not mistaken adding files is done by editing the CMakeLists.txt.


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