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I use catkin_create_qt_pkg from qt_build. Then I just open the CMakeList.txt with QtCreator. Look here.

I use catkin_create_qt_pkg from qt_build. Then I just open the CMakeList.txt with QtCreator. Look here.

It seems that your problem is already solved in the documentation at the link I provided: "Recently this has started to fail, because the main CMakeLists is a symlink to a non writtable location. The workaround is to make a copy to toplevel.cmake instead of using a symlink. And if you want the project to be named something else than "Project" then add a line at the top with "project(MyProjectName)""

I use catkin_create_qt_pkg from qt_build. Then I just open the CMakeList.txt with QtCreator. Look here.

It seems that your problem is already solved in the documentation at the link I provided: "Recently this has started to fail, because the main CMakeLists is a symlink to a non writtable location. The workaround is to make a copy to toplevel.cmake instead of using a symlink. And if you want the project to be named something else than "Project" then add a line at the top with "project(MyProjectName)""