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Using Qt 5.7 with MSVC compiler
Papercut last edited by
Hi all, hope this is the right place to post my issue.
From several days, i'm trying to compile my project with the new Qt 5.7 library on Windows 10.
Before(Qt 5.5), i was using Mingw(still on Windows 10) and everyting was going fine.
The problem is that in this project i need to use qtwebkit so i ported everything to qtwebengine.(qtwebkit seems to be replaced by qtwebengine http://doc.qt.io/qt-5/qtwebengine-overview.html)
Unfortunately, Mingw does not support qtwebengine, so i had to download and use MSVC compiler from Visual Studio.
Now everytime i try to compile with MSVC2013 compiler i get this error:
C:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Kits\8.1\include\um\winnt.h(147) : fatal error C1189: #error : "No Target Architecture"
and the compiler point me inside the file winnt.h:
#elif !defined(RC_INVOKED) #error "No Target Architecture" #endif
what i'm doing wrong?
Thanks to all.
6thC last edited by 6thC
Are you using the windows 8.1 kit for windows10?
This is my Build & Run Kits if it's useful.
[EDIT:: added links to images (uploads seem to have issues)]
6thC last edited by
I suppose I should make it obvious I was implying you should probably try the windows 10 kit.
Did you also install Qt for MSVC2013 ?