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No valid kit found on Windows+ QT4
Re: "No valid kits found." WTF does it want now?
I am using QT Creator 4.2.0 on Windows 10. I CANNOT move up to QT 5, because I need to match my Linux system which does not support QT5 (CentOS 6.6 on an IBM mainframe which does not support a CentOS upgrade). SO I need to get some details on what libraries to install and where to get them, so I can have a valid kit.
No Valid kit means the Creator didnt see a compiler that it could use.
Did you try
To add to @mrjj, what exact version of Qt did you install on your Win10 machine ?
@SGaist QT4.2.0 and I have Visual Studio 2013 and 2015
Ok in that case ,
you need to build all of Qt with VS 2013 or 15.
There is no official installer for such old Qt version and very new-ish compiler.
At least i didn't see it.
So something like
Note its VS 2010 and not 13/15 so mind the paths!
After you compiled Qt. Then add as kit
is there a possibility of using MinGW to avoid rebuilding?
Thanks. I'll give it a try and post results.