Eike Ziller

Qt Creator 3.4.1 released

Published Tuesday June 2nd, 2015
4 Comments on Qt Creator 3.4.1 released
Posted in Qt, QtCreator, Releases

We are happy to announce the release of Qt Creator 3.4.1. It includes fixes for the following regressions: manually registered documentation on Windows was deregistered again on restart, and disabling plugins could disable most of the About Plugins dialog.

You find a more complete list of fixes in our change log.

You find the opensource version on the Qt download page, and Enterprise packages on the Qt Account Portal. Please post issues in our bug tracker. You also can find us on IRC on #qt-creator on irc.freenode.net, and on the Qt Creator mailing list.

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4 comments

Lilian says:

As a C++ developer I love the IDE.
But to develop on top of it is mostly a nightmare.
Guys, what’s your opinion on starting to document the interfaces? You go into it guessing what every function does…
QtCreator 3.1, 3.2, 3.3 – mostly good(inteface wise), 3.4beta – good, 3.4 release – mostly major interface breakage… I bet 3.4 broke most of the plugins out there.
QmlJS – now I prefer to say “Language”(as in Programming Language), meh, now I’ll call it “Dialect” :)
The breaking changes mentioned also would help.
The main point is, even if people would like to create plugins for QtCreator, you make it hard.

I am just giving you the brutal honesty.

Firat Agdas says:

I have to agree on that. May be developing Qt Creator IDE, you should write a plugin on Jetbrains CLion.

I develop PHP, HTML, Javascript CSS, Java on Intellij. It ‘s awesome IDE. I also develop applications (sometimes hybrid: Desktop: WebEngine + Javascript + CSS + HTML) with Qt (my main profession), It ‘s really nightmare. Especially when it comes to Qt on Android. I need to create a new project on Intellij when it comes to editing Java.

Let ‘s face it. Qt is simply too comprehensive to develop on Qt Creator. Even Google switched from Eclipse to Intellij for Android Studio.

Please consider developing on top of CLion . I can make contribution if there will be an offical repo for it.

Tobias Hunger says:

With the set of languages you list I would not recommend Qt Creator to you either. I am a bit surprised that CLion is supposed to be a good choice for your needs though:-)

> Let ‘s face it. Qt is simply too comprehensive to develop on Qt Creator.

What gave you that idea?

Developing Qt on Qt Creator works great, I do that all the time. Even bigger projects like LibreOffice claim that Qt Creator works fine for them: They added code to generate something Qt Creator can work with recently so that their developers can use our great IDE.

> Even Google switched from Eclipse to Intellij for Android Studio.

That says more about Eclipse than Qt Creator, doesn’t it?

johnson says:

When will the great IDE to support Python, I just so tire of the sublime text, it broken always.

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