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Qt is not compiling
Hello everyone, I was having trouble with Qt saying that couldn't include a file from MSVC and then I decided to clean my computer, I removed the MSVC 2015, Qt and everything related to it.
I installed MSVC 2015 and it worked, I just finished installing Qt 5.7 and Qt Creator 4.2.0 and I can't compile anything.
That is what happens when I try to compile something:
And that is how my compilers looks like on Qt Creator:
Hover the exclamation icon:
Qt Versions tab:
When you installed the 2015 VS did you check the C++ parts to be installed?
I think to recall something about it being off pr default
I think that I did that, but I'm going to see it anyway.
Ok. You can also test this making a c++ program in visual studio. :)
Defohin last edited by Defohin
I decided to go in a more brutal way, I'm going to format my computer (it's a mess)
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That is amazing, thank you, I do have a drive called D where I keep all my files and softwares I use.
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I finished and now everything is working properly. Thank you @mrjj