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LGTM distribution configuration #21425

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LorenDB asked this question in General
LGTM distribution configuration #21425
Aug 31, 2021 · 2 answers

I have an app written in C++ using Qt that I’d like to scan with LGTM. Unfortunately, while I’m requiring Qt 5.15 or higher, whatever distribution used under the hood doesn’t provide a new enough version of Qt. Therefore, I’d like to be able to either update the Qt packages or use an upgraded distribution altogether.

Does anybody have any information on how to do this?

Hi thank you for your post! This is not a GitHub related post so you may find more help in more general forums like Stackoverflow.

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Also, my IDE auto-generated a CMakeLists.txt that has CMake version 3.14 required. This is not a particular requirement, but the LGTM error message shows me that LGTM has only version 3.13.4, which matches the Debian Buster version.

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Hi thank you for your post! This is not a GitHub related post so you may find more help in more general forums like Stackoverflow.

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