Qt With Clion

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In addition to Qt libraries, you can add other libraries to your projects. The way the library is added depends on the type and location of the library. You can add a system library, your own library, or a 3rd party library. The library can be located either in the build tree of the current project or in another build tree.

@Sam37 said in Using Qt with CLion on Windows: When I open the project in Qt Creator, I can build and run it without any problems. Because qtcreator properly sets up PATH so the correct Qt dlls are found. The reason why we choose clion 2020.3 and above is that it provides its own QT project template, which saves us the trouble of building our own framework. Of course, if you are still using the old version of clion, you can refer to this article to configure QT project. QT 6 is similar in the configuration of cmake. Start CLion and open the project directory containing the CMakeLists.txt and Main.cpp. Go to File - Settings - Build, Execution, Deployment - Toolchains.Add a new toolchain named Docker, set it to Remote Host, and configure the credentials using the three dots to the right of the field (username: dev password: dev). Go to File - Settings - Build, Execution, Deployment - CMake. JetBrains has a CLion/Qt tutorial! They've also mentioned improving Qt support on their roadmap, although IMO, while working on a Qt5 project in CLion right this minute, the only real problem is no built-in editors for Qt-specific file types (i.e. The first requirement when using CMake is to use findpackage to locate the libraries and header files shipped with Qt. These libraries and header files can then be used to build libraries and applications based on Qt. The recommended way to use Qt libraries and headers with CMake is to use the targetlinklibraries command.

Because system libraries do not typically change and are often found by default, you do not need to specify the path to the library or to its includes when you add it. You can use pkg-config to query system libraries during compilation.

For your own libraries and 3rd party libraries, you need to specify the paths. Qt Creator tries to guess the include path for an external library, but you need to check it and modify it if necessary. Qt Creator automatically adds the include path for an internal library.

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For all libraries, select the target platforms for the application, library, or plugin.

Specify whether the library is statically or dynamically linked. For a statically linked internal library, Qt Creator adds dependencies (PRE_TARGETDEPS) in the project file.

Depending on the development platform, some options might be detected automatically. For example, on macOS, the library type (Library or Framework) is detected automatically and the option is hidden. However, if you develop on another platform than macOS and want to build your project for macOS, you must specify the library type.

The default convention on Windows is that the debug and release versions of a library have the same name, but are placed in different subdirectories, usually called debug and release. If the library path does not contain either of these folders, you cannot select the option to place the libraries in separate folders.

Alternatively, the letter d can be added to the library name for the debug version. For example, if the release version is called example.lib, the debug version is called exampled.lib. You can specify that the letter is added for the debug version and removed for the release version. If the library name ends in d, deselect the Remove 'd' suffix for release version option.

Qt Creator supports code completion and syntax highlighting for the added libraries once your project successfully builds and links to them.

To Add Libraries

  1. In the Projects view, right-click the project name to open the context menu and select Add Library.
  2. Follow the instructions of the wizard.

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For more information about the project file settings, see Declaring Other Libraries.

Example of Adding Internal Libraries

To add an internal library to your project:

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  1. Select File > New File or Project > Library > C++ Library.
  2. Select Choose to open the Project Location dialog.
  3. In the Name field, give a name for the library. For example, mylib.
  4. Follow the instructions of the wizard until you get to the Project Management dialog. In the Add as a subproject to project list, select a project. For example, myapp.
  5. In the Projects view, right-click the project name to open the context menu and select Add Library > Internal Library > Next.
  6. In the Library field, select mylib, and then select Next.
  7. Select Finish to add the following library declaration to the project file:

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