Commit 04a14f41 authored by Leena Miettinen's avatar Leena Miettinen
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Doc: updated changes to Build Settings tab



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Change-Id: I3c0b4f35e75935e55c273fc43c38367851422b28
Reviewed-by: default avatarTobias Hunger <tobias.hunger@nokia.com>
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\section1 Editing Build Configurations
\image qtcreator-projectpane.png
To edit a build configuration:
Select the build configuration to edit in the
\gui {Edit build configuration} field.
\list 1
\image qtcreator-projectpane.png
\o Select the build configuration you want to edit in
\gui{Edit Build Configuration}.
By default, \QC builds projects in a separate directory from the source
directory, as \l{glossary-shadow-build} {shadow builds}. This keeps the
files generated for each \l{glossary-development-target}{target} separate.
If you only build for one target, you can deselect the \gui {Shadow build}
checkbox.
\o In the \gui {Qt version} field, select the Qt version to use for
building project. You can add Qt versions to the list if they are
installed on the development PC, but were not detected
automatically. For more information, see \l{Adding Qt Versions}.
Shadow building is not supported for the following target platforms on
Windows:
\o In the \gui {Tool chain} field, select the tool chain required
to build the project. The tool chains that are compatible with the
selected Qt version are listed. You can add tool chains to the list
if they are not automatically detected. For more information, see
\l{Adding Tool Chains}.
\list
\o In the \gui {Build directory} field, specify the build directory for
the project. By default, projects are built in a separate directory
from the source directory, as \l{glossary-shadow-build}
{shadow builds}. This keeps the files generated for each
\l{glossary-development-target}{target} platform separate.
If you only build for one target platform, you can deselect the
\gui{Shadow build} checkbox.
\o Maemo5
\if defined(qcmanual)
\note Shadow building is not supported for Maemo or MeeGo Harmattan
on Windows. Also, shadow building is not supported by the Symbian
build system.
\endif
\o MeeGo Harmattan
\o Symbian Devices
\endlist
\if defined(qcmanual)
\note The build configuration for the \gui{Symbian Device} target
uses the GCCE tool chain by default. If you want to build
for the device using RVCT, install the RVCT tool chain, and then
select it in the \gui {Tool chain} field. RVCT 2.2 is supported on Symbian^3
and earlier. RVCT 4.0 b902 or later is required for Symbian Belle.
\endif
\section1 Starting External Processes
\QC executes external processes to accomplish tasks such as building
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