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  • #5320

    Raimonds

    Hi,

    I have reinstalled v-play sdk 2-3x. At the beginning everything is ok, but after a while (1-2 weeks) QtCreator stops responding on project opening… I can create a new project, build it, add new files, etc. But if i close it and want to open  – QtCreator  freezes and i can not open any vplay project :(

     

    PS. I’m using windows 7

     

    Maybe someone had similar problem… maybe there some setting which must change and everything is ok

     

    Best regards,

    Raimonds

     

    #5322

    Alex
    V-Play Team

    Hi Raimonds,

    usually every Qt/V-Play project generates a .pro.user file within the project directory, which saves local build settings for your project. As an attempt, could you please try to remove the file and open the project again, and tell us if this worked out?

    Do you furthermore remember which build targets (Desktop, Symbian, MeeGo) you have selected on project setup?

    Thanks,

    Alex

    #5323

    Raimonds

    Hi Alex,

    I’m not at that PC now… i can’t do test with pro.user file – i will do it at the evening

    On project setup i have only default one available –  “Desktop”

    #5326

    Raimonds

    Ehh – i reinstalled V-play sdk – qtcreator now runs ok. This is faster than find a solution for problem (10-15 min)

    #5351

    Raimonds

    After 2 days I’m getting the same issue – i can not open any v-play based project – it just freeze and not responding… yesterday was all right :( Does I’m the only one who gets this strange bug?

    Maybe the reason is parallel QtSDK (For Nokia) installation… ? I don’t want to uninstall this… just for tests, because i’m not sure will i get it back.

    I will reinstall v-play SDK … again…. :(

    Is there any way to get Offline installation?

    Regards,

    Raimonds

    #5352

    Christian
    V-Play Team

    Hi Raimonds,

    I can remember I had the same issue sometimes when using the Qt SDK together with V-Play SDK. The reason was that the same project setup was used for both Qt SDKs and they sometimes overlapped each other. I solved it, by always having the V-Play SDK Qt Creator open which prepends to overwrite the project settings. In any case, deleting the .pro.user file solved the problem as Alex explained above, so you could also try that.

    Is there any reason why you keep the Qt SDK in parallel? The V-Play SDK is a full copy of the Qt SDK and you have the same packages available for the online installer, so you can also develop pure Qt applications without using V-Play with the V-Play SDK!

    Cheers, Chris

    #5358

    Raimonds

    Hi, Chris

    Only reason why i keep old QtSDK is for Qt 4.6.3. I know that i wanted setup another environment for this version – i could not do that so easy…. So for my primary work pc i don’t want to loose this Qt version configuration… I have not time to investigate my old environment installation process

    #5362

    Christian
    V-Play Team

    Hi Raimonds,

    I understand, thanks for clarification! In that case i would like suggested above open a Qt Creator version from the V-Play SDK first before opening a normal Qt SDK Qt Creator. Or alternatively delete the .pro.user file and set up the environment when you changed the Qt SDKs before. Or you could also try Qt Creator 2.5 which is more stable and forgiving when it comes to opening Qt projects of different Qt SDKs.

    Cheers and have a nice weekend,

    Chris

    #5364

    Raimonds

    Thanks for the suggestions! 😉 I’ll try…

    Best Regards,

    Raimonds

    Paldies par ieteikumiem! 😉

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