I was following the step-by-step guide on how to develop an Ubuntu Phone application but Qt Creator throughs the error message (module "QtQuick" version 2.0 is not installed) when I run it with QMLscene. Seems to me that Qt Creator utilizes Qt4 instead of Qt5. How can I fix this?
You are using qmlviewer when you should be using qmlscene. Quote from the tutorial:
To start QML applications, either during the prototyping or final stages, you will use QML Scene. QML Scene is a command-line application that interprets and runs QML code.
Here's a tip: although Qt Creator does not yet support qmlscene as QML viewer, you can invoke it from within the IDE. Here’s how:
You can also run QML Scene from the command line:
The Ubuntu Phone SDK does indeed use Qt 5, which you need to install yourself. That's because Qt 5 is brand new and not in the repositories yet. Steps to install it yourself are given here: http://developer.ubuntu.com/get-started/gomobile/#step-get-toolkit.
Hi~ I had the same problem like yours that Qt Creator throughs the error message
(module "QtQuick" version 2.0 is not installed).
And I was also following the step-by-step guide just like you. Finally I have fixed it now. this image shows that you have something wrong in configuration the qmlscene. I also had configured the qmlscene, but it had the same error like you had done.
Finally I found that when I configured the path of qmlscene , I had typed a backspace before the "/opt/qt5/bin/qmlscene" . So it didn't work. I just want to tell you what I've done to cause this error. :)
You will also have to change the default qmlviewer:
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