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Have a look at the discussion thread you linked, Qt4_with_cmake, or this file for an example.

Essentially, CMakeLists.txt will be what you work on to add new files to the project instead of the .pro and makefile. CMake will then call qmake and whatever is needed to process your UI files. This worked great with Eclipse and the Qt-Designer plugin, so I bet it will also work with Qt Creator. The fact that you will also have ROS in your CMakeLists should not interfere in any way.

Have a look at the discussion thread you linked, Qt4_with_cmake, or this file for an example.

Essentially, CMakeLists.txt will be what you work on to add new files to the project instead of the .pro and makefile. CMake will then call qmake and whatever is needed to process your UI files. This worked great with Eclipse and the Qt-Designer plugin, so I bet it will also work with Qt Creator. The fact that you will also have ROS in your CMakeLists should not interfere in any way.

See this link for using Creator with a CMake project.

Have a look at the discussion thread you linked, Qt4_with_cmake, or this file for an example.

Essentially, CMakeLists.txt will be what you work on to add new files to the project instead of the .pro and makefile. CMake will then call qmake and whatever is needed to process your UI files. This worked great with Eclipse and the Qt-Designer plugin, so I bet it will also work with Qt Creator. The fact that you will also have ROS in your CMakeLists should not interfere in any way.

See this link for using Creator with a CMake project.