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Reviewed-by: default avatarLeena Miettinen <riitta-leena.miettinen@theqtcompany.com>
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\inlineimage qtcreator-analyze-start-button.png
(\uicontrol Start) button.
*/
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\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.
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:
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\endlist
To open a project that is located in a particular folder, you can pass on the folder
name as a command line argument. \QC looks for a session that matches the folder name and
loads it. Or it looks for a project file in the folder and opens it. For example:
To open a project that is located in a particular folder, you can pass on
the folder name as a command line argument. \QC looks for a session that
matches the folder name and loads it. Or it looks for a project file in the
folder and opens it. For example:
\c {qtcreator .}
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stylesheets.
\row
\li -debug <pid>
\li Debugger plugin: attach to the process with the given process ID.
\li -debug <pid>
\li Debugger plugin: attach to the process with the given process
ID.
\row
\li -debug <executable>[,kit=<kit>]
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and sysroots.
\row
\li -debug [executable,]core=<corefile>[,kit=<kit>]
\li Debugger plugin: load the core file named \c{corefile}.
The parameter \c{executable} specifies the executable that
produced the core file.
If this parameter is omitted, \QC will attempt to reconstruct
it from the core file itself.
This will fail for paths with more than about 80 characters.
In such cases the \c{executable} parameter is mandatory.
A \c{kit} can be specified to point to non-default debuggers
and sysroots.
\li -debug [executable,]core=<corefile>[,kit=<kit>]
\li Debugger plugin: load the core file named \c{corefile}.
The parameter \c{executable} specifies the executable that
produced the core file.
If this parameter is omitted, \QC will attempt to reconstruct
it from the core file itself. This will fail for paths with more
than about 80 characters.
In such cases the \c{executable} parameter is mandatory.
A \c{kit} can be specified to point to non-default debuggers
and sysroots.
\row
\li -debug <executable>,server=<server:port>[,kit=<kit>]
\li Debugger plugin: attach to a debug server running on the port
\c{port} on the server \c{server}. The parameter \c{executable}
specifies a local copy of the executable the remote debug server is
manipulating.
A \c{kit} can be specified to point to non-default debuggers
and sysroots.
\li -debug <executable>,server=<server:port>[,kit=<kit>]
\li Debugger plugin: attach to a debug server running on the port
\c{port} on the server \c{server}. The parameter \c{executable}
specifies a local copy of the executable the remote debug server
is manipulating.
A \c{kit} can be specified to point to non-default debuggers and
sysroots.
\row
\li -wincrashevent <event-handle:pid>
\li Debugger plugin: Attach to crashed processes by using the specified
event handle and process ID.
\li -wincrashevent <event-handle:pid>
\li Debugger plugin: Attach to crashed processes by using the
specified event handle and process ID.
\row
\li -customwizard-verbose
\li ProjectExplorer plugin: display additional information when loading
custom wizards. For more information about custom wizards, see
\l{Adding New Custom Wizards}
\li -customwizard-verbose
\li ProjectExplorer plugin: display additional information when
loading custom wizards. For more information about custom
wizards, see \l{Adding New Custom Wizards}
\row
\li -lastsession
\li 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}.
\li -lastsession
\li 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
\section1 Using Custom Styles
\QC is a \l{QApplication}
{Qt application}, and therefore, it accepts the command line options
that all Qt applications accept. For example, you can use the \c {-style} and
\c {-stylesheet} options to apply custom styles and
\l{Qt Style Sheets}{stylesheets}.
The styling is only applied during the current session.
\QC is a \l{QApplication}{Qt application}, and therefore, it accepts the
command line options that all Qt applications accept. For example, you can
use the \c {-style} and \c {-stylesheet} options to apply custom styles and
\l{Qt Style Sheets}{stylesheets}. The styling is only applied during the
current session.
Exercise caution when applying styles, as overriding the existing styling
may make some items difficult to see. Also, setting a stylesheet may affect
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