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    \contentspage index.html
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    \previouspage creator-project-generic.html
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    \page creator-cli.html
    \nextpage creator-keyboard-shortcuts.html

    \title Using Command Line Options

    You can start \QC and specify some options from the command line.
    For example, you can open a file to any line.

    To specify command line options, enter the following command in the \QC
    installation or build directory:

    \c {qtcreator [option] [filename[:line_number]]}

    \note You can use either a colon (:) or a plus sign (+) as a separator
    between the filename and line number. You can also use a space between the
    separator and the line number.

    For example:

    \list

        \o  \c {C:\qtcreator\bin>qtcreator -help}

        \o  \c {C:\qtcreator\bin>qtcreator C:\TextFinder\textfinder.cpp:100}

        \o  \c {C:\qtcreator\bin>qtcreator C:\TextFinder\textfinder.cpp +100}

    \endlist

    The following table summarizes the available options:

    \table
        \header
            \o Option
            \o Description

        \row
            \o -help
            \o Display help on command line options.

        \row
            \o -version
            \o Display \QC version.

        \row
            \o -client
            \o Attempt to connect to an already running instance of \QC.

        \row
            \o -noload <plugin>
            \o Do not load the specified plugin.

        \row
            \o -profile
            \o Output plugin start up and shut down profiling data.

        \row
            \o -settingspath <path>
            \o Override the default path where user settings are stored.

        \row
            \o -color <color>
            \o Core plugin: override the selected UI color.

        \row
            \o -debug <PID-or-corefile>
            \o Debugger plugin: attach to process ID or core file.

        \row
            \o -wincrashevent <event-handle>
            \o Debugger plugin: Attach to crashed processes by using the specified
            event handle.

        \row
            \o -customwizard-verbose
            \o ProjectExplorer plugin: display additional information when loading
            custom wizards. For more information about custom wizards, see
            \l{Adding New Custom Wizards}

        \row
            \o -lastsession
            \o ProjectExplorer plugin: load the last session when \QC starts.
            Open the projects and files that were open when you last exited \QC.
            For more information about managing sessions, see \l{Managing Sessions}.

    \endtable

    */