[Qt-creator] Unable to configure plain C++ project in Qt Creator without Qt installed

Loaden loaden at gmail.com
Thu Feb 14 04:43:29 CET 2013

Try: https://github.com/loaden/qtcreator/
checkout the 2.6 or 2.7 branch, and build it using qmake.

2013/2/14 Alfonso Chartier <alfonso.chartier at gmail.com>

> Hi,
> I'm currently experimenting with using Qt Creator as the IDE for
> development of some of our legacy non-Qt code. I have been able to
> customize the build process so that qmake is not used and the correct
> compiler is invoked, which is great.
> I'm now at the point where I'd like to get other developers on board. I
> want to avoid having developers install Qt, as it is a dependency they will
> not be using for our legacy code. I tried uninstalling all versions of Qt
> on PC, however it now does not let me configure the project because it
> complains that a valid kit could not be found. The kit I have defined is
> perfectly valid except that "None" shows up for the Qt version, as expected.
> My question is: is there a way I can configure a kit such that it doesn't
> depend on Qt? If this is currently not possible, is this something that
> could be implemented in a future version of Qt Creator? I love Qt Creator
> and it's a fantastic IDE, I just think removing the Qt dependency would
> make it an IDE that is much easier to adopt for non-Qt-based development.
> Thanks!
> Alfonso
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