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    V-Play SDK 1.5 comes with Qt Creator version 2.4.1 and Qt 4.8.1. The web page shows how to use a more recent version of Qt Creator, such as version 2.8.1 (or 3.0.0?), with V-Play but it points to Qt 4.8.1 versions of qmake and mingw32-g++. Is there a way to use Qt 5.2.0 with V-Play 1.5? Will future versions of V-Play be “modularized” so it can use more recent Qt versions similar to how more recent versions of Qt Creator can be used?




    V-Play Team

    Hi Steve,

    V-Play is currently Qt 4.8.1 based. We have announced the Qt 5 transition for example here, and also in our social channels and the newsletter.

    However, you can already today use the latest Qt Creator version 3.0 with V-Play as described in the docs here.

    Cheers, Chris



    Chris,I’m aware that V-Play 1.5 can use versions of Qt Creator other than 2.4.1 and that V-Play 2.0 will support Qt 5.2.0. When V-Play 2.0 is released, can it be “reconfigured” to use newer versions of Qt as they are released, such as 5.2.1 or 5.3.0? I realize that there may be compatibility and other issues so this may be problematic.


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