Commit 8cc575d2 authored by Leena Miettinen's avatar Leena Miettinen
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Doc: use the term 'Qt creator variables' where applicable

Reviewed-by: con
parent d6ea2945
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You can change the configuration of preconfigured tools and configure
additional tools in Qt Creator \gui Options.
You can use variables in the fields that you can select from lists
of available variables.
You can use Qt Creator variables in the fields that you can select from
lists of available Qt Creator variables.
\image qtcreator-external-tools.png "External Tools options"
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The executable name is specified in the executable fields: \gui qmake,
\gui Make, \gui Command, or \gui Executable. It is either derived from the
project or specified manually. When you specify executables manually, you
can reference environment variables and macros. However, no quoting rules
can reference environment variables and Qt Creator variables. However, no
quoting rules
apply.
You can specify command-line arguments in the arguments fields: \gui {Additional
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You can use any environment variables as values in the fields. For a list
of variable names, click \gui {Build Environment > Details} in the
\gui {Build Settings}. Variables are referenced using the platform's native
\gui {Build Settings}. Environment variables are referenced using the native
syntax: $VARNAME or ${VARNAME} on Unix and %VARNAME% on Windows.
\section2 Using Macros
\section2 Using Qt Creator Variables
You can use macros in arguments, executable paths, and working directories.
The macros take care of quoting their expansions, so you do not need to
You can use Qt Creator variables in arguments, executable paths, and working
directories.
The variables take care of quoting their expansions, so you do not need to
put them in quotes.
The following macros are available:
The following Qt Creator variables are available:
\list
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