Are you running linux? Did you run the compilePG.sh script after acquiring the project generator library? If you use Qt Creator, there is a different script in /scripts/qtcreator that will install some templates, which will allow you to create or import a new project and is a nice alternative to the project generator.
Sorry, I should have been more specific.
Yes, running (Void) Linux. I copied over the compiled version like it says on the github page.
When I try to build by running compilePG.sh, it fails on the “Poco/Util/Application.h”.
I think it gets confused with how Poco uses relative paths.
I could be forever hardcoding include paths for the poco library during the compile, unless I could find a fix for that.
I’m trying to avoid QtCreator, and use Vim, with coc.nvim for the AutoCompletion. I have yet to figure out how to do it though. I think I need to generate a compilation database. Kind of off topic I know but, I can generate one by prepending the make command in compileOF.sh with ‘bear’ (Build EAR, a compilation db generation tool for Clang).
Hum. Well I wish I could be more help. I have Mint 19 on a laptop with 0.11.0 (so not from the nightly builds) and Qt Creator. I got an error similar to yours before I compiled the project generator, which seems to make new projects OK after compiling it.
I have a Raspberry Pi that I sometimes use with oF, and for that I copy and paste the emptyExample project (or similar) as a starting point for a new project (no project generator on the Pi if I remember right). And I sure miss the auto completion on the Pi, which I find really helpful and fast.
Maybe if you get it working with Vim in a nice way (with auto complete) you could update your post? It might help others who don’t use Qt Creator.