After installing qtcreator on fedora 35, I cannot get the examples to show any. Also, any of the tutorials (not the videos) create an ampty qtcreator session.
How can I find out what is going on?
Should I not have installed the official repositories from Fedora? Should I have used the Qt downloaded files?
Anyone out there using qt creator and knows what is going on?
I’m not sure, but may be the Fedora maintainer for
qt-creator split it into different packages. You could search it with
dnf search qt | grep example. Maybe you could find what are you looking for.
It also happen with LibreOffice. Usually with other distros it will bundled instead with Fedora we can only let say install
I already had a bunch of example packages installed (all qt6) but none of them show. Of qt5 I had the qtbase-examples installed:
gbonnema ~ repoquery --installed | ack examples
Could it be that my qtcreator is not connected to the right directory or path or some such?
I’m not sure if this what you looking for. I installed following packages:
sudo dnf install qt-creator qt-creator-doc qt5-designer qt6-designer qt5-doc \
qt-examples qt5-qtbase-examples qt6-qtbase-examples qt6-qtwayland-examples \
May be it would be better if you install from Open Source Development | Open Source License | Qt. It will give a choice of qt version to install. Also it have simple tool to add or remove some packages.
Well, I’ll be darned! That works indeed. I will try to find out what the difference is with what I had, but apparantly the combo is exactly what I needed! Thank you!
P.S. Hopefully I can get the same results for the newer qt6 version. Will see, at least now I have a basis to work from, thank you!