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  • #5625

    strattonbrazil

    I recently installed the V-Play SDK onto my machine running Ubuntu 12.04.  I had it installed in ~/Public/V-PlaySDK.  When I load Qt Creator, I see I can create new templates or example games like BaloonPop, I see the build error, “vapplication.h: No such file or directory”.  I see this file in my SDK and I guess I could link it manually, but I was wondering if there was a larger problem that needed to be resolved as the installation instructions didn’t say anything about a setting an environment variable or something.

     

    ~/Public/V-PlaySDK/Desktop/V-PlaySDK/include/vplayapplication.h

    #5626

    Alex
    V-Play Team

    Hi,

    have you installed other versions of Qt on your system? And which SDK version of V-Play is currently installed on your system (you can find this information in the SDK Maintenance Tool)?

    This error message usually means that the project is configured to build against a wrong version of Qt. Could you please open your Qt Creator’s Projects tab and send us your desktop build pane tp be able to further investigate the issue?

    Thanks,

    Alex

    #5634

    strattonbrazil

    No, just the stock version of Qt that’s current for Ubuntu 12.04.  Looks to be 4.8.1?

    How do I see the information in the maintenance tool?  I only see options to add/remove components.  Checking for updates, it doesn’t show anything about a particular version.

    > Could you please open your Qt Creator’s Projects tab and send us your desktop build pane tp be able to further investigate the issue?

    Ah, I tried changing the build configuration from “Qt 4.8.1 in PATH (System) Release” to “Qt 4.8.1 for GCC (Qt SDK) Release” and now I can build without any problems and run the demos without any problems.  Thanks!

     

    #7218

    Joseph

    Im having this problem now. Im using a Macbook and have installed the V-playSDK and Qt Creator yesterday after having to reinstall both and the problem still persisist.

    Some help would be great, Thanks!

    #7219

    Joseph

    This is my error message…

     

    /Users/Joseph/untitled1/main.cpp:1: error: ‘vplayapplication.h’ file not found
    #include “vplayapplication.h”
    ^

     

     

     

    #7220

    Joseph

    I’m sorry to break this up into so many messages…

     

    i just found another error when i entered the designer tab and there is a yellow box in the middle that says QML Module not found.

     

    #7274

    Christian
    V-Play Team

    Hi Joseph,

    could you please post the following things in order for us to be able to help you with your problem:

    • Compiler output: whole text from the tab “Compile output” in the very lower area of QtCreator
    • Screenshot of project tab (tab on the left of QtCreator)
    • Screenshot of compiler settings (Tools -> Options -> Build & Run -> both tabs “QtVersions” and “Tool Chains”

    Cheers, Chrisu

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