How do I use Qt in Visual Stuidio Code operating system Linux Mint 18?
Marketplace doesnt exist extension for Qt.
Maybe anyone knows more!
I meant that by type Qt AddIn
You should give a chance for this extension: https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=ms-vscode.cpptools
With this, you can configure include paths for better IntelliSense results.
One way to configure e.g the QtCore module.
- Ctrl + Shift + p to open command palette
- Search for:
C/Cpp: Edit Configurations
- You should have a new tab called:
configurationsarray you should edit the Linux section
- Add your paths in the
We recommend using the “Default” engine for the best IntelliSense experience. However, it is possible to explicitly choose the IntelliSense engine by editing your user or workspace settings. The setting you should modify is
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Answered By – F. Norbert
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