Eike Ziller

Qt Creator 3.3 RC released

Published Thursday November 27th, 2014
9 Comments on Qt Creator 3.3 RC released
Posted in Qt, QtCreator, Releases

We are happy to announce the release of Qt Creator 3.3 RC1. Please have a look at the beta release blog post or the change log, for an overview of the new features and key improvements that are waiting for you in this new minor version.

This is the point where we think that we are almost ready to release 3.3.0, so it is a great time for you to download and try the RC, and give us last minute feedback through our bug tracker, the mailing list, or on IRC (#qt-creator on irc.freenode.net).

You find the opensource version on the Qt Project download page, and Enterprise packages on the Qt Account Portal.

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9 comments

HGH says:

Can autocomplete/intellisense be made working for “auto”?
What will ClangCodeModel actually do if enabled (on Windows)?

Seaman says:

great

HGH says:

Currently if I install Qt Creator separately standalone it won’t automatically detect any Qt SDKs. What can I do to make Qt do that so I don’t have to manually create Kits?

Eike Ziller Eike Ziller says:

As it is currently, you can only hack that by symlinking /share/qtcreator/QtProject/ (or Qt Creator.app/Contents/Resources/QtProject/ on OS X) to the same path within your standalone Qt Creator installation

HGH says:

Cool it works! This is how I did it on Windows:

C:\Qt\qtcreator-3.2.82\share\qtcreator>mklink /d QtProject c:\qt\Tools\QtCreator
\share\qtcreator\QtProject

symbolic link created for QtProject <> c:\qt\Tools\QtCreator\share\qtcreato
r\QtProject

Markus says:

Is there any document describing the differences between the open souce and enterprise versions of Qt Creator? Didn’t find anything about that in the installation and in the documentation.

JKSH says:

See the comparisons under “Tooling” at http://www.qt.io/download/

Ray Donnelly says:

Thanks guys.

Any chance of releasing Qbs releases to coincide with Qt-Creator releases, betas, rcs, the lot?

It would make testing building from source a lot easier.

I’d like to see a qbs sub-folder in:

https://download.qt-project.org/development_releases/

Scorp1us says:

One complaint I have about QtC is that when you get a syntax error at runtime in a QML project early on (no window created), there is no way to detect it, and the binary continues to run. Sometimes this is good, sometimes it is bad. Usually it is bad because you have to kill it. But sometimes these processes accumulate and when you go to exit QtC, you get a flood of “force quit” dialogs. It would be good if there was a “force quit all” option, but even better if somehow the default main.cpp caught the error and quit when no window was created.

I’m not sure if this is a QtC or something else is generating the default main() implementation for QML projects.

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