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The error message in this last case is admittedly confusing. Then browse header files and You will see what's what. Reply to Thread, results 1 to 1 of 1 6th March 2011, 10:42 #1, edit, solved: Turns out I had to include.

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The documentation also states: You can add to this list with the -Idir command line option. Reason: missing code tags.

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In the above, target is the canonical name of the system GCC was configured to compile code for;. Usually, the #include xxx makes it look into system folders first, the #include "xxx" makes it look into the current or custom folders first.

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Cpp : fatal error C1083: Cannot open include file: 'openssl/ssl. To continue our #include list / #include"list" example (same code g -I. The main exception is that you can run 32-bit (x86,.k.a. H No such file or directory.cpp) qnetworkaccessmanager.

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I presume you've checked that the file does exist (perhaps because the shell completes it). For this, it uses a set of directories to look into, but within this set, there is no file bar. For this, your compiler will #include the file list in your project folder, because it currently compiles and there is that file list in the current folder. H No such file or directory (accessqhttpnetworkreply. For an explanation of the difference between the versions of the include statement look here.

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But with : #include list. To achieve this, you should tell QMake that you're using QtNetwork. Microsoft's compiler has a correlating option /I that works in the same way, or in Visual Studio, the folders can be set in the Property Pages of the Project, under Configuration Include Directories. Hello, I did a fresh install of latest creator and copied my projects over.