Commit d3a9e76c authored by Leena Miettinen's avatar Leena Miettinen

Doc: finding QML components with Find Usage

Change-Id: I66565602b9d63897f32bcb20bf68f9077d42fc54
Reviewed-by: default avatarChristian Kamm <christian.d.kamm@nokia.com>
parent 9fb498a7
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\section1 Finding Symbols
To find the use of a specific symbol in your Qt C++ or Qt Quick project:
To find the use of a specific symbol or \l{glossary-component}
{QML component} in your Qt C++ or Qt Quick project:
\list 1
\o In the editor, place the cursor on the symbol, and select:
\o In the editor, place the cursor on the symbol or component, and
select:
\list
\o \gui {Tools > C++ > Find Usages}
\o \gui {Tools > QML > Find Usages}
\o \gui {Tools > QML/JS > Find Usages}
\o \key Ctrl+Shift+U
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as build configurations, compatible tool chains, and supported
Qt versions) as targets to make cross-platform development
easier.
\row
\o
\raw HTML
Component
\endraw
\target glossary-component
\o A component is an instantiable QML definition, typically
contained in a .qml file. For instance, a Button component may
be defined in Button.qml. The QML runtime may instantiate this
Button component to create Button objects. Alternatively, a
component may be defined inside a
\l{http://doc.qt.nokia.com/4.7-snapshot/qmlreusablecomponents.html}
{Component} element.
\endtable
*/
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