Commit aaf4c3e9 authored by hjk's avatar hjk

Debugger: Remove unused signal and slots

... from GdbRemoteServerEngine

Change-Id: Icc7ebc9fd9ef6ce710b77cc59fd1b9937e21cfd8
Reviewed-by: default avatarChristian Stenger <christian.stenger@theqtcompany.com>
parent 17b5c9bb
...@@ -36,12 +36,6 @@ ...@@ -36,12 +36,6 @@
namespace Debugger { namespace Debugger {
namespace Internal { namespace Internal {
///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
//
// RemoteGdbAdapter
//
///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
class GdbRemoteServerEngine : public GdbEngine class GdbRemoteServerEngine : public GdbEngine
{ {
Q_OBJECT Q_OBJECT
...@@ -56,23 +50,11 @@ private: ...@@ -56,23 +50,11 @@ private:
void interruptInferior2(); void interruptInferior2();
void shutdownEngine(); void shutdownEngine();
signals: void readUploadStandardOutput();
/* void readUploadStandardError();
* For "external" clients of a debugger run control that need to do void uploadProcError(QProcess::ProcessError error);
* further setup before the debugger is started (e.g. RemoteLinux). void uploadProcFinished();
* Afterwards, handleSetupDone() or handleSetupFailed() must be called void callTargetRemote();
* to continue or abort debugging, respectively.
* This signal is only emitted if the start parameters indicate that
* a server start script should be used, but none is given.
*/
void requestSetup();
private:
Q_SLOT void readUploadStandardOutput();
Q_SLOT void readUploadStandardError();
Q_SLOT void uploadProcError(QProcess::ProcessError error);
Q_SLOT void uploadProcFinished();
Q_SLOT void callTargetRemote();
void notifyEngineRemoteServerRunning(const QByteArray &serverChannel, int inferiorPid); void notifyEngineRemoteServerRunning(const QByteArray &serverChannel, int inferiorPid);
void notifyEngineRemoteSetupFinished(const RemoteSetupResult &result); void notifyEngineRemoteSetupFinished(const RemoteSetupResult &result);
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