Commit 09d5f45f authored by Leena Miettinen's avatar Leena Miettinen
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Doc: changes in Configure Projects tab



Change-Id: Ib65e423bbf8ff400e93af273e9baddd71dbfb183
Reviewed-by: default avatarTobias Hunger <tobias.hunger@nokia.com>
parent 5eecccaa
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and enter the information again in the \gui {Configure Project} tab.
The \gui {Configure Project} tab displays a list of development environments
for target platforms that are installed on the development PC. Select the Qt
versions that you want to use to build the project for each target.
for target platforms that are installed on the development PC and
configured in \gui Tools > \gui Options > \gui {Build & Run} > \gui Targets.
Select the targets that you want to build the project for.
\image qtcreator-open-project-targets.png "Configure Project tab"
Even if you do not intend to build the project, the C++ and QML code models
need a Qt version and tool chain to offer code completion. To specify them,
select the \gui options link, or select \gui {Tools > Options > Build & Run
> Unconfigured Project}.
select the \gui Options link, or select \gui {Tools > Options > Build & Run
> Targets}.
If \QC cannot find an existing build for a particular development
environment (Qt version) and target, it starts out from a clean slate, and
creates a new build in the specified directory. \QC suggests a name
If \QC cannot find an existing build for a particular target, it starts out
from a clean slate, and creates new debug and release build configurations
in the specified directory. \QC suggests a name
and location for the directory that you can change.
By default, \QC does a \l{glossary-shadow-build}{shadow build} and also
creates the directory. However, shadow building is not supported for the
following targets on Windows:
\list
\o Maemo5
\o MeeGo Harmattan
\if defined(qcmanual)
\o Symbian Devices
\endif
\endlist
If you have built the project before, \QC can use the existing build
configuration to make the exact same build as found in the directory
available to \QC.
If you know you have a build, but it is not listed, click \gui {Add Build}
to locate it. Select a directory, and \QC scans it (including
subdirectories) for additional builds of the project. \QC adds the found
builds to the target list.
available to \QC. To import a build, specify a directory in the
\gui {Import Build from} section and select \gui {Import}.
You can edit the build configuration later. For more information, see
\l{Editing Build Configurations}.
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\o Select \gui File > \gui{Open File or Project} and select the project
to open.
\o In the \gui {Project Setup} dialog, select the Qt versions to use as
build targets for your project, and click \gui{Finish}.
\note If you have only one development environment installed, this
dialog is skipped.
\o In the \gui {Configure Project} tab, select build targets for your
project, and click \gui {Configure Project}.
\endlist
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