I've recently been using radare2 for a bit of reverse engineering and have used it a little bit in the past for CTF competions. (Side note: scaleway.com is a great cloud/VPS service if you need an ARM based server/machine for a something like a CTF to analyze ARM binaries and do not have a Raspberry Pi, ODroid or similar ARM based computer handy.)
I discovered Cutter recently, which has some instructions to compile it using cmake (also qmake but I had and used cmake).
The compile/build instructions make some assumptions, since they're written by devs, they assume you have all the Qt graphics libraries it uses installed.
If you're getting errors similar to:
Could not find a package configuration file provided by "Qt5" with any of the following names:
Could not find a package configuration file provided by "Qt5Svg" with any of the following names:
You are lacking the necessary Qt libraries to compile Cutter.
To install the packages for the Qt libraries required on Ubuntu:
sudo apt-get install qtdeclarative5-dev libqt5svg5-dev
To install the packages for the Qt libraries required on Fedora:
sudo dnf install qt-devel qt5-qtsvg-devel
After that, the cmake instructions should work. Of course, I'm assuming you have the build-essential package or compile tools required like cmake already installed.