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  • #7363

    Christian
    V-Play Team

    If you experience problems installing V-Play 2.0, please ask your questions here.

    #7369

    Vlad

    Hi

     

    tried to use Qt installer, Qt Maintenance tool, V-Play installer, V-Play maintenance tool adding servers for linux, but still cant get packages of VPlay 2.0 to install for Linux

     

    I’m running Ubuntu x64 13.10

    Thanks

    #7370

    Jesse

    Hi,

    I just bought the “Starter” plan and downloaded V-Play installer,

    but it’s still installing the old version?

    How do I install new version of V-Play?

    Thanks!

     

    Jesse

    #7371

    Adderly

    Same problem as vladest here on ArchLinux.

    • This reply was modified 4 years, 7 months ago by  adderly.
    #7373

    Alex
    V-Play Team

    vladest said:

    tried to use Qt installer, Qt Maintenance tool, V-Play installer, V-Play maintenance tool adding servers for linux, but still cant get packages of VPlay 2.0 to install for Linux

     

    I’m running Ubuntu x64 13.10

    Thanks

    Hi,

    sorry we did not mention that in our announcement, Linux libraries will be deployed within the next couple of hours, I would be glad to give you a short follow up as soon as we are ready for your platform too.

    Best,

    Alex

    #7374

    Alex
    V-Play Team

    JeZxLee said:

    Hi,

    I just bought the “Starter” plan and downloaded V-Play installer,

    but it’s still installing the old version?

    How do I install new version of V-Play?

    Thanks!

     

    Jesse

    Hi Jesse,

    V-Play 2.0 currently does not ship within V-Play (1.0) Installer, it’s installed with the default Qt installer, please have a look at our installation guide for a detailed explanation: http://v-play.net/doc/v2/vplay-installation/

    Best,

    Alex

    #7375

    spike
    #7381

    Jesse

    Alex said:

    Hi Jesse,

    V-Play 2.0 currently does not ship within V-Play (1.0) Installer, it’s installed with the default Qt installer, please have a look at our installation guide for a detailed explanation: http://v-play.net/doc/v2/vplay-installation/

    Best,

    Alex

    Hi Alex,

     

    I installed the new Qt and added V-Play 2.0 repository and it appeared to install

    but when I run new Qt I don’t see V-Play templates in File->New file Or Project?

    Hope you can help, thanks!

     

    Jesse

    #7382

    Christian
    V-Play Team

    Hi Jesse,

    we just discovered this issue on Windows and fixed it right away. To fix it, please go to your <QtSDK> folder and copy the QtCreator folder to the Tools folder. Alternatively, you can deselect the V-Play package in the package manager and then re-install V-Play. The wizards are from now on installed to the correct folder.

    Cheers, Chris

    #7387

    Jesse

    Christian said:

    Hi Jesse,

    we just discovered this issue on Windows and fixed it right away. To fix it, please go to your <QtSDK> folder and copy the QtCreator folder to the Tools folder. Alternatively, you can deselect the V-Play package in the package manager and then re-install V-Play. The wizards are from now on installed to the correct folder.

    Cheers, Chris

    Hi Chris,

     

    That worked, but the Qt V-Play examples are still not loaded into new Qt?

    Thanks!

     

    Jesse

    #7388

    Christian
    V-Play Team

    Hi Jesse,

    from the online installation guide please see:

    Also have a look at the V-Play examples and demos: they are located in the folder of your Qt installation in the folder 5.2.1/<your-compiler-name>/demos/v-play and 5.2.1/<your-compiler-name>/examples/v-play

     

    Are they not located there in your installation?

    Cheers, Chris

    #7390

    Jesse

    Hi Chris,

     

    Yes, the demos and examples are located there, thank you!

     

    Jesse

    #7391

    Alex
    V-Play Team

    Just wanted to let you know that V-Play Linux libraries (32 and 64 bit) are now available too!

    spike said:

    https://sdk.v-play.net/2/linux still gives me 404. Well, doesn’t matter now. Will check it out later again.

    This is just the base URL for installation which actually always gives a 404 when opened in your browser, it’s however perfectly fine to add that URL to the MaintenanceTool (Installer). :)

    Best,

    Alex

    #7393

    Michael

    Christian said:

    Alternatively, you can deselect the V-Play package in the package manager and then re-install V-Play. The wizards are from now on installed to the correct folder.Cheers, Chris

    I tried to remove & reinstall, but it seemed to not do anything (that I could see, but maybe I had no file/folder problem to fix). Removing seemed to retain the V-PlaySDK folder under the qt5 parent folder, which was a but unexpected (remove usually = deletion). It might be me, but I the installer is slow, and the overall software installation/removal process is rather non-standard, but I guess it’s due to the possibility of deep version/variations (which I think seems to be overkill for your product or this installation).

    BTW is there just the one template – ie. V-Play2-EmptyProject ?

    Cheers

    Michael.

    #7397

    Christian
    V-Play Team

    If you can see the EmptyProject wizard when you select File/New Project then everything did install correctly. And yes, currently there is this one template available. We will add the remaining ones in the next week as we progress with porting all V-Play components over to Qt 5.

    Cheers, Chris

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