[Qt-creator] Problem in Qt Creator 3.0.1

VStevenP vstevenpavao at yahoo.com
Fri Feb 14 17:49:04 CET 2014

Crazily enough, that particular syntax highlighting disappeared for me after I re-installed Qt 5.2.0 on my system again.  It must have fixed up something.

I also had a problem when I installed Qt 5.2.1 that there was a red mark beside the Desktop Qt 5.2.1 clang 64 bit Kit, because it couldn't find the default debugger /usr/bin/gdb, which isn't there on my system.  So, I had to clone that Kit and changer the debugger to something valid like lldb.  I have no idea why I don't have /usr/bin/gdb anymore.  If that was the default choice in the pasty, I had it, because my default 5.2.0 Kit never had a red mark on it.  I have Xcode 5.0.2 on my system with Command Line tools installed.

- VStevenP

 From: Ziller Eike <Eike.Ziller at digia.com>
To: VStevenP <vstevenpavao at yahoo.com> 
Cc: Kosjar Nikolai <Nikolai.Kosjar at digia.com>; "qt-creator at qt-project.org" <qt-creator at qt-project.org> 
Sent: Friday, February 14, 2014 2:42 AM
Subject: Re: [Qt-creator] Problem in Qt Creator 3.0.1

On Feb 14, 2014, at 1:22 AM, VStevenP <vstevenpavao at yahoo.com> wrote:

> I wasn't able to run QtCreator in that mode to see the output on Mac.  I tried setting and exporting the environment, launching manually in Terminal, but saw no output.
> Interestingly enough, this syntax highlighting problem happens in Qt 5.2.1 with the absolute simplest project I just created via the Qt Creator project wizard.  So the concern about .pro syntax seems for naught.
> Here is the simple class where it underlines the #include QQuickItem in yellow and QML_DECLARE_TYPE in red on my system.  There is nothing special in the .pro file.  It's wizard-created, and I added my TestItem.cpp to SOURCES and TestItem.h to headers.  Simple stuff.
> #include <QQuickItem>
> class TestItem : public QQuickItem {
>     Q_OBJECT
> public:
>     explicit TestItem(QQuickItem* parent = 0);
>     virtual ~TestItem();
> };

Works fine for me with the Qt 5.2.1 package, this example code, QT+=quick in the .pro file, “Desktop Qt 5.2.1 clang 64bit” kit selected for the project, on OS X 10.9

Br, Eike

>  - VStevenP
> From: Kosjar Nikolai <Nikolai.Kosjar at digia.com>
> To: VStevenP <vstevenpavao at yahoo.com>; "qt-creator at qt-project.org" <qt-creator at qt-project.org> 
> Sent: Thursday, February 13, 2014 3:36 PM
> Subject: RE: [Qt-creator] Problem in Qt Creator 3.0.1
> > From: qt-creator-bounces+nikolai.kosjar=digia.com at qt-project.org [qt-creator-bounces+nikolai.kosjar=digia.com at qt-project.org] on behalf of VStevenP [vstevenpavao at yahoo.com]
> > Sent: Thursday, February 13, 2014 20:01
> > To: qt-creator at qt-project.org
> > Subject: [Qt-creator] Problem in Qt Creator 3.0.1
> > 
> > In Qt Creator 3.0.1, it doesn't recognize my #include <QQuickItem> anymore.
> * Double check your kit configuration.
> * Restart Qt Creator with the environment variable
>   QTCREATOR_DUMP_PROJECT_INFO=1 set and watch the
>   output for  "=== Merged include paths ===". Do you see the include
>   path for QQuickItem? If not, the code model did not get the correct
>   include paths.
> Nikolai
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