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My Win7 32bits doesn't have proper Qt versions in the Kits configuration.
I used the online open source installation for the Qt 5.12.0. After the installation completed, I created a Qt Widgets Application Project through the QT Creator 4.8.0(Community). In the step to select a proper Qt version, I had no choice to select like the below picture.
How do I solve this problems? Thanks a lot.
Hi and welcome to devnet,
Did you also install the MinGW version provided through the installer ?
Do you have Visual Studio 2015 (that can't be provided because of Microsoft rules)
Did you install the Android SDK and NDK ?
If you go to the Kit part of Qt Creator's preferences, what information do you get when hovering the red mark with your mouse ?
Hello, thank you for your kind reply.
- There seems no MinGW 7.3 32bit version choice in the installation components list;
- My VS 2015 is a 32bit version :(
The infomation is "qmake not exist or can not execute".
If I need to reinstall, how do I choose the installation components? My windows is win7 32bit version. Big thanks to you.
It seems you installed Qt versions for 64 bit, they will not work on your system.
Unfortunately, Qt 5.12 is MinGW64-only for now (QTBUG-35288), but several people have interest in 32 bit too.
I don't know if a MSVC 2015 32 bit is still delivered as prebuild version.
In both cases, it would be possible to build Qt from source, or use an older version like 5.11.x.
Hello, thank you for your kindly reply.
OK, I will follow your instruction and try to install an earlier Qt version.