Commit 04a8cf5d authored by Leena Miettinen's avatar Leena Miettinen

Doc: Qbs is no longer experimental

Change-Id: If56bb05c2335efedf4f798d44a5ba6b4803b7f6a
Reviewed-by: default avatarChristian Kandeler <christian.kandeler@digia.com>
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\li \l{Setting Up a Qbs Project}
Qt Build Suite (Qbs) is a new build tool for Qt. It is an all-in-one
Qt Build Suite (Qbs) is an all-in-one build
tool that generates a build graph from a high-level project
description (like qmake or CMake do) and executes the commands in
the low-level build graph (like make does). Qbs is still
experimental, but you can use it to build \QC, for example.
the low-level build graph (like make does).
\li \l{Setting Up an Autotools Project}
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\title Setting Up a Qbs Project
The Qt Build Suite (Qbs) and the Qbs plugin are still experimental, and
therefore, you must first enable the plugin manually. If you build \QC
yourself from our Git repository, you also need to fetch the Qbs submodule
to get Qbs support.
To use Qbs to build a project, you must create a .qbs file for the project.
For more information, see the
\l{http://qt-project.org/doc/qbs/index.html}{Qbs Manual}.
\section1 Enabling the Qbs Plugin
If you use a \QC binary release, you need to enable the plugin by
selecting \gui Help > \gui {About Plugins} > \gui {Build Systems}
> \gui {QbsProjectManager} and restarting \QC.
You can use \QC to create a C or C++ project that is built with Qbs.
For more information about Qbs, see
the \l{http://qt-project.org/doc/qbs/index.html}{Qbs Manual}.
\section1 Building Qbs
To build the Qbs plugin yourself from the \QC git repository:
If you build \QC yourself from the \QC Git repository, you also need to
fetch the Qbs submodule to get Qbs support:
\list 1
\li Fetch the Qbs submodule in your \QC git checkout with
\c {git submodule update --init}.
\li Use Qbs or qmake and make to build \QC again.
\li Enable the Qbs plugin as described above.
\li Run qmake on \QC and build \QC again.
\endlist
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