Commit 9b39f38f authored by con's avatar con

Fixes: - Doc update of Build Settings

Details:  - Screenshots and some changes regarding the different
handling of Custom Display of Qt Objects.
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To modify the build settings of your project, switch to the \gui{Projects}
mode using the mouse or with \key{Ctrl+4}.
\image qtcreator-buildsettings.png
\image qtcreator-buildsettingstab.png
Action items to create, clone, or delete build configurations can be found
on the right of the dialog. You can have as many build configurations as
at the bottom of the dialog. You can have as many build configurations as
needed. By default Qt Creator creates a \bold{debug} and \bold{release}
build configuration. Both these configurations use the
\l{glossary-default-qt}{Default Qt Version}.
In the tree on the left, a list of build configurations and their settings
are displayed. The screenshot below shows the \bold{debug} and
are displayed. The screenshot above shows the \bold{debug} and
\bold{release} configurations and their corresponding settings:
\bold{Build Environment} and \bold{Build Steps}.
\image qtcreator-buildsettingstab.png
When you select a build configuration in the tree, a configuration page for
general build settings will be displayed. Here you can specify which
\l{glossary-project-qt}{Qt version} to use to build your project, whether
to \l{glossary-shadow-build}{shadow build} the project, and if a special
debugging helper is linked into the project or not.
The debugging helper enables the gdb integration to show the contents of
Qt data types. Enabling this option means that an additional file will be
compiled and linked to your project.
to \l{glossary-shadow-build}{shadow build} the project.
\image qtcreator-buildenvironment.png
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\bold{Build Settings} page. Qt Creator will run the make command using the
correct Qt version.
\note The default qmake arguments \c{-after SOURCES*=gdbmacros.cpp
-after QT*=network} are due to the debugging helper described above. If the
\note The \bold{Gdb Macros Build} step builds a small library along with your
project that is used for the custom display of Qt and STL objects in the
integrated debugger. The library is created and built in a "qtc-gdbmacros"
subfolder of your project's main directory, and loaded dynamically into your
application if you run it in the debugger. If the
debugging helper seems to break your build or your application, you can
turn it off. You will still be able to debug applications, but the contents
of Qt data types will not be displayed properly.
remove the build step. You will still be able to debug applications, but the
contents of Qt and STL data types will not be displayed properly.
\section1 Qt Version Management
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