Compiling should go fine, but pressing "run" from the IDE might not work out of the box.janvb wrote: I would like to try qtcreator on raspbian. I have installed qtcreator, but it seems to have issues with it's own qmake executables/sdk. Have someone sucessfully installed and used this? I am not interested in the qt libraries, I just wanted to try the IDE part on plain C++.
Do you have a compiler(g++) installed?himbeergeist wrote:Hi,
I've got my raspberry pi and now I try to get qtcreator running.
First sudo apt-get install qtcreator.
Then I did what Max suggested
-unchecked "remote linux"
-tools->options->Build & Run->qt version where I could select "Qt 4.8.2(System) /usr/bin/qmake-qt4"
But this appears with a red exclamation mark on its left side.
And the status bar of that dialog says: "No tool chain can produce code for this Qt version. Please define one or more tool chains."
I would advise you to take a look at this topic, it may be a useful example.arti0504 wrote:ok, thx
How can I use Qt creator and library wiringPi.h from this website:
I think, that I must add somewhere in Qt creator directory of wiringPi library ?
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