February 27, 2012

jbarrena jbarrena
Lab Rat
5 posts

Windows 7 x86 and msvc2005 problem

 

Hi!

I have a machine running Windows 7 and Microsoft Visual Studio 2005, and I want to install qt for Windows CE. I have the STANDARDSDK installed, and the qt version compiled for win32/msvc2005/standard wce.

But, the problem comes when registering the qt version in Qt->Qt Options. I choose the path, and it fullfills the Name field with the correct name, but whe I accept it, it´s not appeared the qt version on Qt Versions table.

Is there a bug concerning VS2005 and Windows 7, or am I doing something wrong??

Thanks in advance!

8 replies

February 27, 2012

koahnig koahnig
Area 51 Engineer
2881 posts

welcome to devnet

Do you have vsaddin [qt.nokia.com] installed?

Note: It does not work for express versions of visual studio.

February 27, 2012

jbarrena jbarrena
Lab Rat
5 posts

Thanks Koahnig for your reply!!

Yes, I have. I have installed the 1.1.10 version of qt add-in.

And it works. It works since I am able to generate Desktop applications with qt for VS2005, and it recognizes the Desktop Qt version. The problem comes with th windows ce version.

February 27, 2012

koahnig koahnig
Area 51 Engineer
2881 posts

If you go to “Qt” in your menu bar and than to “Qt options” it should allow you to specify a “Default Qt/windows version” and “Default Qt/WinCE version”.

February 27, 2012

jbarrena jbarrena
Lab Rat
5 posts

Exactly, I do it, but only it detects the Desktop version of Qt. I choose the WinCE compiled version, but it doesn´t update the qt versions list.

Thanks again.

February 27, 2012

koahnig koahnig
Area 51 Engineer
2881 posts

There was an issue, but I do not remember exactly what it was.

Is the CE version still in the folder where you have created it?

February 27, 2012

jbarrena jbarrena
Lab Rat
5 posts

Yes, it´s in the same folder, C:\Qt\qt-wince-4.6.2. When I select it, no errors appear, and the “OK” button enables, but no path is inserted in the list.

February 27, 2012

koahnig koahnig
Area 51 Engineer
2881 posts

Did you remove anything from the folder yet?

You cannot rename the folders after creating the version. The paths are included in the compiled versions of qmake and other stuff. So, renaming will break the connections.

All I remember is that I needed to try a couple of times. This included a complete reboot. But there was nothing obviously you had to do. Sorry for the fuzzy description. :-(

February 27, 2012

jbarrena jbarrena
Lab Rat
5 posts

I have compiled everything again, but no way to recognize as valid Qt version. No errors are thrown, but the list doesn´t update with the desired default Qt for WinCE version.

No suggestions around this issue???

 
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