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  • #12829

    Rubén

    Hi, I’m new to Qt and I just found V-Play which is perfect for my uni project, but I’m having problems trying to run any V-Play project (even the empty one).

    When I try to run it, depending on which kit I’m using I have different errors:

    When I use MSVC 2015 64 bit I get a message error that says: “Qt Creator needs a compiler set up to build. Configure a compiler in the kit options.” But when I try to edit that in options I can’t modify the compiler: https://i.gyazo.com/5a104e61b1650fd153059d38d805dcb3.png

     

    When I use MinGW 32 bit I get 5 error messages:

    itemqmlFolder.path is not defined:install target not created

    itemassetsFolder.path is not defined:install target not created

    itemqmlFolder.path is not defined:install target not created

    itemassetsFolder.path is not defined: install target not created

    [copydeploymentfolders] Error 4

    As well as a lot of general messages that I don’t really understand https://i.gyazo.com/f399a0957d5fcfa2c115e152508af37a.png

    When I try to run a Qt only project (without V-Play) it runs perfectly, so I don’t understand why is this happening.

    Can anybody help me? I don’t know what to do and I want to use this plugin because I loved its functions.

    I use Windows 10 64-bit if that helps.

     

    Thank you!

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    #12831

    Alex
    V-Play Team

    Hi Ruben,

    Let’s try to fix this: Can you tell us how you installed V-Play, where you using our installer from http://v-play.net/download ? Did you install all the latest updates? Regarding the MinGW issues: Can you clean up all manually added kits and restart Qt Creator? Does the MinGW kit then show up? Also, are you enabling the shadow-build option when creating a new project? You can ignore the general messages, these are only warnings from Qt internals.

    Thanks,

    Alex

    #12833

    Rubén

    Hi Alex,

    I installed Qt before I knew about V-Play, so I installed the V-Play SDK through “https://sdk.v-play.net/2/windows” in the MaintenanceTool (I believe I did all right). And yes it is updated according to the MaintenanceTool. I tried deleting all and installing V-Play and Qt through the installer, but it had the same error. So I deleted all and install Qt 5.6 and did again the “https://sdk.v-play.net/2/windows” thing.

     

    The MinGW kit was showing up but it has this error. I cleaned up the manual MinGW but it’s the same. https://i.gyazo.com/1f43d59073fe1ac701bfd71ef82021a2.png

     

    And I don’t see any option, this is what I do when I start a new blank project: https://i.gyazo.com/b67f4f71a3cc32c98ae15b1cd7cbd969.gif

     

    Thank you for your time!

    #12835

    Lorenz

    Hi Rubén,

    Concerning the MSVC errors, do you have Visual Studio 2015 or the Visual Studio 2015 Redistributables installed?

    Concerning the MinGW error, can you try disabling “Shadow Build” like in this screenshot and try a clean rebuild?

    Best,

    Lorenz from V-Play

     

    #12837

    Rubén

    Aaah now it’s working,I didn’t know where was the shadow build option. I still have these 4 messages on “Issues” :

    itemqmlFolder.path is not defined:install target not created

    itemassetsFolder.path is not defined:install target not created

    itemqmlFolder.path is not defined:install target not created

    itemassetsFolder.path is not defined: install target not created

     

    But I can run example and blank projects with MinGW. Thank you so much!

    #12940

    Lyle

    thanks

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