The new Qt Visual Studio Tools 2.5.2 release has been announced which comes with a load of In computing technology, a bug is an unintentional coding error in a computer application program, hardware device or operating system. Bugs can typically cause annoying computer glitches, or cause more serious problems including life-threatening situations. In 2018 and 2019 a bug in the sensor on the Boeing 737 Max caused Lion Air Flight 610 and Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 to... More fixes and new features
Among the most notable new features, the Qt VS Tools allows for creating projects with reference to multiple versions of Qt.
It comes with a redesigned project creation wizard. This allows for defining as many project configurations as needed, and specifying which version of Qt and set of Qt modules to use in each configuration.
Developers can now create a Qt project targeting both the 32-bit and 64-bit Windows.
Installation packages of the new Qt Visual Studio Tools 2.5.2 release are now available at the Visual Studio Marketplace found here. Older versions already installed can also be updated from within the extensions menu from within Visual Studio.