You start at a new place or on a new Linux distro coding away on your Qt project and suddenly find yourself asking; “Where did my qDebug() output go?” Lots of people are suddenly finding themselves in this boat. I fell into this boat after installing Majaro so I could work on the code for the last post. You will find a metric buttload of bad information.
In QtCreator you need to navigate to “Manage Kits” and scroll down to the Environment part.
You then need to click on “change.”
Add QT_LOGGING_TO_CONSOLE=1 (no spaces) and click the OK button. That’s it. Every time you use that kit on a project your qDebug() statements will print out like the used to.
There’s a lot of really bad solutions which aren’t contained to QtCreator itself out there. Don’t be duped into trashing your system.