Now we’re getting somewhere.
So, as you can see from the submodules file: openmv-ide/.gitmodules at master · openmv/openmv-ide · GitHub, the submodule is from our forked qt-creator repo using the branch “openmv”.
- So, I expect a successful build/compilation without recursively downloading qt-creator, since I’ve already installed both Qt-5.7.1, which comes with a community version qt-creator already.
This doesn’t have anything do to with what you’ve installed. We aren’t using the community version of qtcreator. I started with a fork of the qtcreator code, created my own branch, and then heavily modified the code. I’m literally re-purposing all the qtcreator code. I’m not installing a plugin on your system or anything like that. OpenMV IDE builds into it’s own stand alone binary.
- In addition, if I download binary openmv-ide directly from Download | OpenMV, I failed to install it. It seems it’s just a Qt version conflicts. Clearly, you are using Qt-5.7.0, while I’m using Qt-5.7.1 …
This is a more serious issue that I should address. Can you tell me what OS you are using and what the error is? The IDE packages all its dependencies with itself so it shouldn’t need to look at any files you have on your system. What OS are you using and when does the error occur? Is their a problem with the installer? Or does the app fail to launch? What error do you get?