Well, I tried to use the global "New file" function to kinda workaround the
issue, but the only remotely similar files that can be created from that
wizard, are QML files. Even if you name them properly (.qbs), they don't
show up in the project tree (for imports I don't think they show at all,
same for modules). For new products (if I explicitly reference the new
files), they don't show in the project tree, although the build/parse
output initially says that it is disabled. This means that I can't actually
easily find back these files if I want to edit/fix them later.

I'm fine with working on the command line, but this seems like a somewhat
big issue going forward (even if I in this project won't have to create all
that many of these files once I'm done converting the project).

Anyway, I can create some JIRAs for it.

Best regards,
Lars Ivar Igesund

On Wed, Aug 9, 2017 at 3:02 PM Christian Kandeler <christian.kande...@qt.io>
wrote:

> On Wed, 09 Aug 2017 11:39:56 +0000
> Lars Ivar Igesund <lars...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > I want to add another product to a project file (new item in references),
> > but it appear this is not possible in QtCreator? I'm currently at 4.3.1.
>
> True. Currently, you can only add source files.
>
> > It also seems like there are no wizards to add basic files that aren't
> > immediately ignored/disabled, including new
> products/(sub)projects/modules
> > and imports.
>
> Not sure what you mean by that.
>
>
> Christian
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