Commit a382d525 authored by Tobias Hunger's avatar Tobias Hunger

WS only change

Change-Id: If1c12117f79bee1e45c4b2ff64ebe14ad41f1288
Reviewed-by: default avatarLeena Miettinen <riitta-leena.miettinen@theqtcompany.com>
parent 637f7dc0
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project name. You will choose that name later in the wizard.
Continue to the next page.
The \uicontrol{Kit Selection} dialog opens.
The \uicontrol {Kit Selection} dialog opens.
\image firstplugin-kitselection.png "Choose the kit to build and run your project with"
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build your plugin, you will get errors while \QC tries to load your
plugin. Continue to the next page.
The \uicontrol{Plugin Information} dialog opens.
The \uicontrol {Plugin Information} dialog opens.
\image firstplugin-pluginsetup.png "Specify Your Plugin Details"
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\QC, and want the plugin to be only loaded by that \QC
instance. Continue to the next page.
The \uicontrol{Project Management} dialog opens.
The \uicontrol {Project Management} dialog opens.
\image firstplugin-summary.png "Summary of Created Files"
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\li Role
\row
\li \c{Example.json.in}
\li Plugin meta data template. QMake creates an \c{Example.json}
\li \c {Example.json.in}
\li Plugin meta data template. QMake creates an \c {Example.json}
from this file, which is compiled into the plugin as meta data.
The meta data is read by \QC to find out about the plugin.
\row
\li \c{example.pro}
\li \c {example.pro}
\li Project file, used by QMake to generate a Makefile that then is used to
build the plugin.
\row
\li \c{example_global.h}
\li \c {example_global.h}
\li Contains macro definitions that are useful when this plugin should export
symbols to other plugins.
\row
\li \c{exampleconstants.h}
\li \c {exampleconstants.h}
\li Header defining constants used by the plugin code.
\row
\li \c{exampleplugin.h/.cpp}
\li C++ header and source files that define the plugin class that will be
instanciated and run by \QC's plugin manager.
instanciated and run by \QC's plugin manager.
\endtable
\section1 qmake Project
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\section1 Plugin Class
The files \c{exampleplugin.h} and \c{exampleplugin.cpp} define the plugin
The files \c {exampleplugin.h} and \c {exampleplugin.cpp} define the plugin
implementation of your little plugin. We'll concentrate on some highlights
here, and give pointers to more detailed information for the various parts.
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