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Qt Creator: add Qt module to project

So when I create a new Qt project inside Qt Creator I'm only asked for some simple details like location of the project, build targets, the main window class name (along with header, source and form file) and at the enda choice to add it to version control.

After I create the project I'm only given the qt core and gui modules. My question is how do I add other modules (such as network or opengl). I've looked and looked, yet I cannot find anything on how to add other Qt modules easily. I know I can edit the .pro file, but unfortunately I don't know all the modules in Qt, nevermind the name I'm supposed to put there. Adding external libraries is easy, but how come there's no (obvious) option to add Qt libraries?

Help would be much appreciated ^_^ Thanks!

Oh yeah... I'm running Arch Linux if that's any help.

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Emma Gospodinova Avatar asked Feb 21 '23 17:02

Emma Gospodinova

1 Answers

Edit your .pro file. It should has one line like this:

QT += core gui

Append the desired modules in this line. To get the module's names, just remove the "Qt" part in this list. (e.g. QtSql turns "sql")

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borges Avatar answered Mar 05 '23 16:03