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No compiler can produce code for this Qt version
I have installed Qt 5.7 in my Windows 7 platform (I have a 64-bit platform but I want to install a 32 bit version of Qt for interfacing with some 32-bit dll), and downloaded MinGW as weel.When I try to set up a kit for developing a Qt application, I find "no compiler can produce code for this version of Qt.
My available compilers are:
- Microsoft Visual C++ compiler 14.0 (x86).
- MinGW (x86 32 bit and 64 bit).
- Microsoft Windows SDK for Windows 7 (x86).
Can anybody help me? Thanks in advance
Hi and welcome to devnet,
Which exact version of Qt did you download and install ?
@SGaist Hi, I have installed 5.7.0 for Windows 32 bit (offline installer: http://download.qt.io/official_releases/qt/5.7/5.7.0/qt-opensource-windows-x86-msvc2015-5.7.0.exe.mirrorlist). The problem is that although I installed MinGW 32 bit it still does not recognize any compiler.
You installed Qt for Visual Studio 2015.
If you want to use MinGW, the download the Qt MinGW package. This package comes with the compiler included so no need to download it from somewhere else.
On Windows, you can't mix and match compilers like that. Visual Studio compilers are not compatible one with the other nor MinGW.
Thanks, a lot! It worked
You're welcome !
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