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Qt Creator 4.14 Release With Improved C++ and Qt 6 Support

Qt Creator 4.14 release was announced for general available with better improved Qt 6 and C++ code model and refactoring support.

This release of the popular Qt Creator IDE comes with several fixes plaguing the use of Qt 6 for your applications. With this release, project wizards now generate CMake projects compatible with Qt 6.

There are also a bunch of fixes with new features in the QML language in our QML code model.

As for C++ Support, the Clang code model has been updated to Clang 11. As for the full list of C++ support enhancements, please visit the changelog here.

In the projects space, the “CurrentProject:” variables have been renamed to “CurrentDocument:Project:“, which better reflects their semantics. The old variables will be removed at some point in future releases.

Users can now turn off “system” functions execution when opening qmake-based projects in case you have issues with it.

For these and more details about this release, you can visit the official changelog here. Otherwise, you can download the opensource Qt Creator 4.14 release from the Qt download page under the “Qt Creator” section found here. For those with commercial licenses as always, you can get your update from the Qt Account Portal here. Otherwise, it can also be updated from the online installer tool.

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