Commit 7450284e authored by Kai Koehne's avatar Kai Koehne Committed by Leena Miettinen
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Improve documentation for debugging Qt Quick



Change-Id: I70a9aa2f41b0761bccb895039fd9d82b8d30d12f
Reviewed-by: default avatarLeena Miettinen <riitta-leena.miettinen@nokia.com>
parent cf82deb0
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\section1 Setting Up QML Debugging
The process of setting up debugging for Qt Quick projects depends on the
type of the project: Qt Quick UI or Qt Quick Application.
type of the project: Qt Quick UI or Qt Quick Application, and the Qt version used.
To debug Qt Quick UI projects:
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\o Select \gui Projects, and then select the \gui QML check box in the
\gui {Run Settings}, to enable QML debugging.
\o Compile the QML Inspector debugging helper. For more information,
\o For Qt 4.7, compile the QML Inspector debugging helper. For more information,
see \l{Debugging Helpers for QML}.
\endlist
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\section1 Mixed C++/QML Debugging
To debug both the C++ and QML parts of your application at the same time,
select the checkboxes for both languages in the \gui{Run Settings}. However,
C++ breakpoints are be ignored until the debugger attaches also to the
QML engine.
select the checkboxes for both languages in the \gui{Run Settings}.
\section1 Starting QML Debugging
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\section1 Applying QML Changes at Runtime
If you change property values or add properties in the code editor, the
changes are updated in the running application when you save them. If live
preview is not supported for an element, a message appears. Click
\gui Reload to preview the changes.
Reloading is enabled by default. To disable it, click
debugger can update the properties in the running application when you save
the file. This is enabled by default. To disable it, click
\inlineimage qml-observer-bar-reload.png "Apply Changes on Save button"
on the toolbar.
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\image qml-observer.png
To play and pause animations in the running application, select the
\gui {Play/Pause Animations} button on the toolbar or \gui {Debugging >
Animations > Pause}, or press
\key {Ctrl+.}.
\gui {Play/Pause Animations} button on the toolbar.
To change the speed at which animations are played, select a value in
\gui {Debugging > Animations} or click and hold down the
\gui {Play/Pause Animations} button to select a value.
To change the speed at which animations are played, click and hold down the
\gui {Play/Pause Animations} button on the toolbar to select a value.
*/
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