Qt Creator 4.1 RC1 released

Published Monday August 8th, 2016
5 Comments on Qt Creator 4.1 RC1 released
Posted in Dev Loop, Qt, QtCreator, Releases

We are pleased to announce the release of Qt Creator 4.1.0 RC1.

Read the beta blog post for an overview of the new features coming in the 4.1 release. Since then we have been fixing bugs and polishing the new features. We believe that what we have now is very close to what we can release as the final 4.1 release soon.

A few visual improvements that happened since the Beta are the addition of the dark and light Solarized editor color schemes, a new “Qt Creator Dark” editor color scheme as companion for the new Flat Dark theme and the polishing of the new Flat Dark and Flat Light themes.

See some items of the above list in action:
Flat Dark Theme - Qt Creator 4.1Flat Light Theme - Qt Creator 4.1

Now is the best time to head over to our download page or the Qt Account Portal, get and install the RC and give us your feedback, preferably through our bug tracker. You also find us on IRC on #qt-creator on chat.freenode.net, and on the Qt Creator mailing list.

Known issue #1
Unfortunately, an incompatibility between MSVC 2015 Update 3 and Clang 3.8 causes an issue with the Clang Static Analyzer plugin. We will try to iron this out until the final release.

Known issue #2
The changes-4.1.0 file in the source package does not contain what happened (and who additionally contributed) between 4.1.0-beta1 and this 4.1.0-rc1. Here is the updated changes-4.1.0.md

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5 comments

Malek Khlif says:

Nice Work. I love it

m][sko says:

I hope for better QML design time. It is really pain if I need to run application to see designe changes.

And new plugin for remote compiling and debugging on target device (syncing files over samba,nfs,..) like VisualGDB

Hawk says:

How to use Clang Static Analyzer with Plain C/Cmake project? I get this error: “error: invalid argument ‘-std=gnu++11’ not allowed with ‘C/ObjC'”

Mirko says:

Finally, the Clang Code Model can handle large projects for quick (even instant now) auto completion – great job!

Mirko says:

Why doesnt the issues pane show any compile errors anymore? The inline errors are not really helpful if the error is somewhere else.

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