[Qt-creator] Setup of Projects with CMake & VS Compilers
rukletsov at gmail.com
Thu Feb 14 21:05:34 CET 2013
Yes, you can install just Windows SDK and have a native win stack for free.
On 14 February 2013 19:02, Michael Jackson <imikejackson at gmail.com> wrote:
> Yep. A couple of times. After uninstalling/reinstalling VS2010 & Windows SDK & plus VS2010SP1 & Windows SDK SP1 Update the debugger never was installed. I finally tried downloading the "Windows 8 SDK" which runs on Windows 7x64 (which is what I am on) and that seemed to install the debuggers. Now my "Kit" automatically picked up those debuggers. Now lets see if I can actually debug my project.
> How is the speed of the debugger compared to Visual Studio? Also does this mean that I could install JUST the Windows SDK (compilers/debuggers) and QtCreator and have a full up "FREE" (as in NO MONEY) IDE that uses the VS compilers? This would make me happy.
> Mike Jackson
> On Feb 14, 2013, at 12:33 PM, Joseph Crowell wrote:
>> Di you choose to install CDB when installing the SDK?
>> On 02/15/2013 03:10 AM, Michael Jackson wrote:
>>> I have followed all of MS advice on installing both VS2010 and the Windows SDK 7.1. The final issue I am facing (I think) is actually finding the "cdb.exe" file. It is not where the docs say it should be. which is
>>> For the older Windows SDKs, such as Windows SDK 7.1, the Debugging Tools for Windows where shipped as a separate installer on the ISO-image of the SDKs. The debuggers are typically located in c:\Program Files (x86)\Debugging Tools for Windows or c:\Program Files\Debugging Tools for Windows .
>>> I do not have any of those paths. Do you? What is the path to the cdb.exe that you are using?
>>> Mike Jackson
>>> On Feb 13, 2013, at 12:43 PM, Alexander Rukletsov wrote:
>>>> I use this setup in my daily work. If you use a recent version of
>>>> CMake, you need to set-up a "kit" first, otherwise choose the
>>>> corresponding nmake generator when opening CMakeLists.txt. Once the
>>>> kit is set, open CMakeLists, provide parameters to cmake binary, and
>>>> run the generator. If you have a complex project, you may use
>>>> cmake-gui to tune cmake vars and re-generate the project into the
>>>> build folder created by QtCreator.
>>>> Hope this helps,
>>>> On 13 February 2013 16:30, Michael Jackson <imikejackson at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>>> Not sure which list (this or the CMake List) to ask on so I'll try here first.
>>>>> If I understand correctly QtCreator on Windows can use the VS Compilers/Debugger. My project is managed with CMake instead of QMake and I was curious if anyone else is using this combination and could give some pointers on how to setup the environment to use QtCreator in this way? What generator do I use? What kind of env vars need to be setup ahead of time. Stuff like that.
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