Just throwing out a help line here as I play with CodeBlocks IDE..
I have been scouring CodeBlocks and QT Googles, threads and forums but have not yet nailed it down....
I consider this bunch a savvy group of users and believe that someone here may have a lead in.
I could just work in QTCreator but trying to switch to CodeBlocks IDE
So, any one dealing with CodeBlocks or QT or just want to throw out a suggestion thanks...
When opening a New Project with CodeBlocks I choose a QT4 project as the choice of template.
I have already set an Environmental variables to /usr/share/qt4; /usr/share/qt4/include and have had to creator a hard link of /usr/share/qt4/include >> /usr/share/qt4/lib as the CodeBlocks Project template looks for a QT lib dir although all libs seem to be in /usr/share/qt4/include...
Then CodeBlocks claims it doesn't see the QTCore lib which is in the /usr/share/qt4/include Really Strange..
So, Directly typing in the dir..creating an Env Variable in CodeBlocks Plus a Hard link...recursively...
Is this program stupid?
All other templates seem to work well except QT... What's Up?
Any pointers/leads/soulutions (no *pun intended)
Solve this and the prize is Stuffed Lentils..
Last edited by sqlpython (2012-03-02 21:16:05)
Follow up..for those interested.
I have discovered that when Creating the Global Variable "qt4" (Which directs the Project Wizard to dirs)
.that the New Qt4 Project will now Create...If I place Dir Path references inside of " " (quotes)
However......................... while the Wizard will not present me with a New Qt Project template to work with the paths are ineffective. So, when the project is run the Library Headers for QT4 (listed as #include) at the top of the Main function can not find the libraries....
/usr/share/qt4/include/Qt /usr/share/qt4/include/Qt/Qt3Support /usr/share/qt4/include/Qt/QtAssistant
The Stuffed lentils are mine..All mine..I tell you! Bwa ha ha ha ha ha ha ...
Last edited by sqlpython (2012-03-06 04:48:20)