Eike Ziller

Qt Creator 3.4 RC1 released

Published Wednesday April 1st, 2015
21 Comments on Qt Creator 3.4 RC1 released
Posted in Qt, QtCreator, Releases

We are happy to announce the release of Qt Creator 3.4 RC1 today.

I already described many of the new features in the beta blog post. Since then, we fixed many bugs, including a whole lot of debugger integration issues, and generally polished Qt Creator for release. You find the more complete change log at code.qt.io.

Now we think that we are almost ready for a final 3.4 release, so this is a great time for you to get the package, try it, and give us some last minute feedback on our bug tracker, on the Qt Creator mailing list, or on IRC on #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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Vladest says:

Code completion doesnt works after &
Worked for 3.3.x

Vladest says:

Is this known issue?

Stefan says:

CMake supports needs to be fixed! https://bugreports.qt.io/browse/QTCREATORBUG-13695

S says:

Why not offering a plugin for CLion instead ?QTCreator is non user friendly, full of useless ui element and NON PRODUCTIVE-FRIENDLY

please CLion plugin

Tobias says:

I hope your comment will be ignored… I love Qt Creator… maybe you should to get used to it? It takes some time, but then….

Philip says:

Why can’t you just use Qt with CMake? Than you can live in CLion world without QtCreator. QtCreator is a great tool. Coming here and blankly bashing it doesn’t really help anyone.

stereomatching says:

I like QtCreator very much, it is a good, high quality IDE.I have tried other famous IDE like Dev c++, vs2013, code blocks, Eclipse, I still like QtCreator most. Never feel it is “non user friendly, full of useless ui element and NON PRODUCTIVE-FRIENDLY”. Thanks for the QtCreator team.

Violet Giraffe says:

Qt Creator is the best C++ IDE for Mac OS X and Linux. In fact, it so good that I use it to do half the work when writing code on Windows (and the other half is, of course, Visual Studio). Some things are much faster and easier to do in Creator – and I have Visual Assist plugin for Visual Studio! Without VA, Creator is the best IDE for Windows as well. Until it comes to debugging. One thing it’s terrib le at is debugging. Which, by the way, is too bad because on Windows there’s the great Visual Studio, but on Linux / Mac there’s no alternative to Qt Creator that can’t even do simple things like visualizing STL containers.

Cerf says:

The changelog at code.qt.io does not mention that bug QTCREATORBUG-13878 was fixed.
There is also ChangeId Ie045c3a7b24.

filcuc says:

Stop throwing bullshits about CLion vs QtCreator. They’re two different products and the letter is far more stable and feature complete. CLion is slow as hell and even if support some refactoring functionalities (most bugged, like renaming or code generation or auto include..try it with std::string) it’s not on par with the general high quality of QtCreator. I test CLion at every release and i love PyCharm so i speaks with knowledge.
For the QtCreator team nice work!! keep up the quality!! Qt designer needs even more love.

An Tran says:

I cannot download the release. I failed to download it several times. I am from Singapore. Pls fix it.

Eike Ziller Eike Ziller says:

Please click on the “details” link, and try to use a different mirror from the default for your location. (E.g.
for the Windows installer)

An Tran says:

I still have the same error https://bugreports.qt.io/browse/QTBUG-34824.
I don’t know whether it is my machine errors or Qt errors. It is not solved just. Starting qtcreator -noload Welcome is iterative to me.

Gyll says:

A kind reminder about this one: https://bugreports.qt.io/browse/QTCREATORBUG-14106 (i know P2 means “important but won’t stop release”, so i’m just writing this down in case you somehow forgot about it)

Also, trying again with this one, maybe someone will be on the same page with me, see its value, and spend the 10 minutes it takes to do it: please add “Switch header/source” in the document selector context menu. Once people will see they can change header/source w/o changing the cursor position many will find this a blessing.

Alexey says:

There are no expandable “this” in debuger. It shows just adrees

Eike Ziller Eike Ziller says:

Please create a bug report on https://bugreports.qt.io, with more information like the host Platform, target Platform, used debugger.

Philipp says:

Thank you everyone for the great work. I am a loyal QtCreator user and think it’s the best C++ IDE out there. Pls keep up the good work and happy Easter.

Jared says:

Do you think qt or qt creator will ever support/use bazel: http://bazel.io/

Seems like they could work well together.

WiseLord says:

Manually editing .pro (or .files) works and files appears in project tree.

But it doens’t work when using “Add existing files…” item from context menu.

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