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another 'no valid kits found' error
I'm trying to build the nodeeditor library using Qt 5.12 and QtCreator. Examples from qt build fine and the mingw compiler shows as being installed. Unfortunately I'm getting the 'no valid kits found' error and cannot see how to fix this.
@over9000 Can you post screenshots of your "Qt Versions" and "Compilers" tabs too?
What happens if you install the version of MinGW that is included in the Qt installer?
over9000 last edited by over9000
I think Qt has installed a version of mingw (the one labelled as 7.30 above) but when I select these as the compilers for a Qt the same error occurs.
Very odd. Your MinGW and MSVC kits look fine.
And you said examples build fine, so... maybe it's something unique to that library. Can you provide a link?
That project uses CMake, so you must install CMake and tell Qt Creator where to find it if necessary (see the Kits -> CMake tab).
The message "No valid kits found" is misleading: https://bugreports.qt.io/browse/QTCREATORBUG-21823
@JKSH ah thanks very much, it's working now