Qt Creator 3.4 Is Near

Written by Michael Larabel in Qt on 1 April 2015 at 10:16 AM EDT. Add A Comment
The first release candidate to Qt Creator 3.4 is now available.

Qt Creator 3.4 is primarily focused on fixing bugs but there's also new auto-completion support for signals/slots of Qt5 style connectors, a new filter on the locator, Android integration now supports 64-bit tool-chains, experimental integration for Qt Test, the Clang static analyzer integration has stabilized, and there are various other additions.

The Qt Company is hoping that Qt developers will now try out Qt Creator 3.4 Release Candidate 1 prior to declaring it ready for release in the near future. More details on Qt Creator 3.4 RC1 can be found via blog.qt.io.

Meanwhile, Qt 5.5 is slowly but surely getting into a state ready for release.
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