[Interest] Qt Visual Studio Add-in error when using CMake 2.8

Alex Malyushytskyy alexmalvtk at gmail.com
Thu Jul 12 21:02:18 CEST 2012

Hi Mikhail,

If you have so many C++ error in the project that was normally
compiled with different CMake without compiler change,
it might be that your project was not configured properly and mocing
was actually done by add-in.

In this case errors you get should be probably linking errors.

So you might be required to add mocing manually to your CMake project
for each relevant file,
I have not used CMake in such way, but I am pretty sure I've seen
somewhere on the web
instructions how to add "mocing" to CMake projects.


On Thu, Jul 12, 2012 at 8:33 AM, Joerg Bornemann
<joerg.bornemann at nokia.com> wrote:
> On 10/07/2012 20:36, ext Gerenrot, Mikhail wrote:
>> We have a C++ project that uses QT3. We run CMake to generate the
>> project and run VS 2008 to compile. With CMake 2.6 everything was OK,
>> but now we have upgraded to CMake 2.8. It generates the project, but VS
>> does not compile, it gives Qt Visual Studio Add-in error that says
>> “ERROR: Can't find the Qt version that's associated with this project.”.
> The add-in never really supported CMake generated projects.
> If this worked for you until now, its purely accidental. ;-)
> To find out why this stopped working you could maybe diff the project
> files that were generated with different CMake versions.
> BR,
> Jörg
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