On 19 September 2016 at 01:14, Nate Rogers via Interest
<interest@qt-project.org> wrote:
> I'm a Linux user but a guy at work was trying out Qt on windows for a project 
> he was working on. He tried the new installer and it didn't come 
> preconfigured with a compiler like it used to. I didn't have time to trouble 
> shoot it so I just had him download 5.5 because that one works without any 
> messing around. Sorry I don't have more info
> Nate

Hi Nate,

For future reference: If you want an included compiler on Windows, be
sure to download the _MinGW_ based Qt. Regarding the availability of
"preconfigured"/bundled compilers, Qt 5.7 is actually the same as Qt

Microsoft does not allow their compiler to be distributed by 3rd
parties, thus the Visual Studio (MSVC) based Qt cannot come bundled
with a compiler.


> On Sun, Sep 18, 2016 at 1:05 PM, Freddy Martinez Garcia
> <freddy311...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Nate, I’m a macOS user and I hate Windows, but right now I’m involve in a 
> big project developed with QML, Qt Widgets and C++ (because we have various 
> apps for desktop and mobile).
> In Windows I only had problem with the compiler from Visual Studio, which has 
> a lot of problem with the compatibilities with C++11/14 and we must use it 
> because MinGW (how in my opinion is much more better) has not support for Qt 
> Web Engine.
> What is your problem wit Qt 5.7 in Windows ? Just to know if I have the same 
> problem  my friend?
> regards
> =============================================
> "El tamaño de tus logros depende del tamaño de tus metas."
> B.S. Computer Science
> Buenos Aires, Argentina
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