Third-party components in Qt Creator.
Options for starting Qt Creator from the command line.
Wizard types and JSON wizard format.
Requirements for operating systems that you can install and run Qt Creator on.
Embedded platforms that you can develop applications for.
Answers to some frequently asked questions about Qt Creator.
Qt Creator terms and concepts.
Default keyboard shortcuts.
Mobile platforms that you can develop applications for.
Summary of development and target platforms.
Qt support sites and other useful sites.
Version control systems that you can use from Qt Creator.
Most Qt Creator project wizards enable you to choose the build system to use for building the project: qmake, CMake, Meson, or Qbs. qmake is installed and configured when you install Qt. To use one of the other supported build systems, you need to set it up.
CMake is an alternative to qmake for automating the generation of build systems.
The experimental Conan plugin integrates the Conan package manager.
IncrediBuild decreases the time it takes to build C++ code.
Use Meson to build native desktop applications.
The Nimble package manager generates Nim application executables that are supported on Windows, Linux, and macOS.
Qbs is an all-in-one build tool that generates a build graph from a high-level project description (like qmake or CMake do) and executes the commands in the low-level build graph (like make does).
Qt Creator supports generic projects, so you can import existing projects that do not use qmake or CMake. This enables you to use Qt Creator as a code editor and to fully control the steps and commands used to build the project.
Qt Creator can open projects that use the Autotools build system. You can build and run the projects directly from Qt Creator.
The experimental vcpkg plugin integrates the vcpkg C/C++ package manager into Qt Creator.
Lists the registered compilers. You can add custom compilers to the list.
Sets kit preferences. A kit consists of a set of values that define one environment, such as a device, tool chain, Qt version, and debugger command to use.
Set Nim code style.
Set QML code style.
Set preferences for recording screens with FFmpeg.
Set global code style for C++ files.
Set preferences for the behavior of the text editor.
Displays the status of a program when you execute it, and the debug output.
Shows all output from the compiler.
Lists issues from different sources.
Lets you search through projects, files on a file system or the currently open files.
Opens a terminal.
Lists the BUG, FIXME, NOTE, TODO, and WARNING keywords from the current file, from all project files, or from a subproject.
Shows information about incoming and outgoing function calls from a language server.
Shows the class hierarchy of the currently open projects.
Shows all the files in the current directory.
Shows the files that the current file includes and those that include the current file.
Shows currently open files.
Shows an overview of defined types and other symbols, as well as their properties and hierarchy in a source file.
Shows a list of projects in a project tree.
Shows the base classes and derived classes of a class.
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