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[Solved] How do I create subdirectories in Qt Creator?
Hi everybody, I've just started trying to port an OpenGL program I made in Visual Studio to Qt Creator so I can expand it with a UI, but I'm finding it difficult to get the layout I had originally:
!http://img8.imageshack.us/img8/7933/vstoqtproject.jpg(Visual Studio layout)!
As you can see there's a few subdirectories that hold a library (GL Tools) that I'm using for the application. One of the big problems is that I don't know how to implement subdirectories in the Qt Creator projects view (and whatever I did try didn't seem to work). How exactly do I accomplish this?
Help and advice are greatly appreciated!
SimonL last edited by
Are you using a .pro file? i had the experience with cmake that if i opened the project from a cmake file i'd just get a flat list. If i use a .pro file however it works fine for me just by having the files in a separate folder and it maintains the directory structure.
[quote author="SimonL" date="1311654274"]Are you using a .pro file? i had the experience with cmake that if i opened the project from a cmake file i'd just get a flat list. If i use a .pro file however it works fine for me just by having the files in a separate folder and it maintains the directory structure.[/quote]
Yeah, I'm trying to use a .pro file with it, and not having much luck so far. Here's what I have in it so far:
LIBS += glu32.lib
Yet it only appears in the project explorer as this:
!http://img846.imageshack.us/img846/9652/vstoqtproject2.jpg(Qt Project Explorer)!
Am I doing something wrong?
Also on a side note, when I try to build the project I get the error ":-1: error: No rule to make target
GL', needed bydebug/GL.o'. Stop." (using MinGW). So if anybody knows, help would be appreciated on that as well.
MAJOR EDIT AND SOLUTION: I have the subdirectories working now, it's because the folder "GL Tools" had a space in it! I renamed it to "GLTools" and it works now, not to mention that error went away (which is how I started thinking of the solution, because it couldn't find "GL").
Thanks for the suggestions SimonL!
The .pro file doesn't like spaces in the directory name. If you remove them you should be good to go.
Edit: Wow. Completely didn't see the last half of your last post (or the [Solved] in the title). I guess I got too excited about figuring out the problem. :-) I need to start getting more sleep, I think.
[quote author="mlong" date="1311704016"]Edit: Wow. Completely didn't see the last half of your last post (or the [Solved] in the title). I guess I got too excited about figuring out the problem. :-) I need to start getting more sleep, I think.
Haha, it's fine, I do that quite a bit too at times. :D