I'm having trouble modifying the build settings of QT Creator IDE. It's extremely frustrating. In Netbeans it's simple. QT doesn't seem to have a dialogue for this, and I'm trying to figure out how I can link with the boost library with it.
Found the realease/debug buttons (finally)... still can't modify the build settings, though... would be nice if it was easier, like NetBeans (in my opinion, but I stil havn't found the infernal options yet :\ )...
If your using a different compiler with Ct Creator you will need to change mingw48_32 to the compiler you are using.
Also make sure you get the library's for boost that is supported with the compiler you are using with Qt Creator.
I've noticed that the .pro file is apparently the make-file, but I'm not well versed in the make-file syntax.
I am also having trouble getting the INFERNAL thing to run on another computer: "windows plugin missing". It's not. Can anyone help me? I've tried to find this online, but I can't find any answers.
I build it on Windows 8. It runs fine and doesn't even need the "windows" dlls, but I want to put the program on another computer, and it runs on Windows 7. The program (should be) 32 bit, so I run it. It won't run without spewing out the error (yes, qwindow.ddl is in it's path....).