Commit f7076785 authored by Leena Miettinen's avatar Leena Miettinen
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Doc - Update information about code editor. Add information about QML code editor.

Reviewed-by: Thorbjorn Lindeijer
parent 0b6f5350
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\list
\o Set the font preferences and apply syntax highlighting in
\gui{Font & Colors}.
\o Set tabs, indentation and the handling of whitespace in
\o Set tabs, indentation, the handling of whitespace, and mouse operations in
\gui Behavior.
\o Set various display properties, for example,
\l{Highlighting and folding blocks}{highlighting and folding blocks},
text wrapping or \l{Moving to symbol definition or declaration}
{moving to symbol definition or declaration}
in \gui Display.
\o Configure \l{Code Completion}{code completion} in \gui Completion.
\o Configure \l{Completing Code}{code completion} in \gui Completion.
\endlist
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option is enabled by default.
\section1 Syntax Checking
\section1 Checking Code Syntax
As you write code Qt Creator checks code syntax. When Qt Creator spots a
syntax error in your code it underlines it and shows error details when you
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\endlist
\section1 Code Completion
\section1 Completing Code
Qt Creator understands the code as code, not just as plain text. This
allows it to help you to write well formatted code and to anticipate
what you are going to write and complete the code. The code completion
differs somewhat depending on whether you write Qt code or QML code.
\section2 Completing Qt Code
As you write code, Qt Creator provides a list of context-sensitive
suggestions to the statement currently under your cursor.
\image qtcreator-codecompletion.png
Set code completion preferences in \gui Tools > \gui{Options...} >
\gui{Text Editor} > \gui Completion. To trigger code completion
manually press \key{Ctrl+Space}.
To open the list of suggestions at any time, press \key{Ctrl+Space}.
If only one option is available, Qt Creator inserts it automatically.
When completion is invoked manually, Qt Creator completes the common prefix
of the list of suggestions. This is especially useful for classes with
several similarly named members. To disable this functionality, uncheck
\gui{Autocomplete common prefix} in the code completion preferences.
Select \gui Tools > \gui{Options...} > \gui{Text Editor} > \gui Completion.
The following table lists available types for code completion and icon
used for each.
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\i A namespace
\endtable
\section2 Completing QML Code
As you write QML code, Qt Creator suggests properties, IDs, and code
snippets to complete the code. The snippets can consist of multiple
fields that you specify values for. Select an item in the list and press
\key Tab or \key Enter to complete the code. Press \key Tab to
move between the fields and specify values for them.
\image qmldesigner-code-completion.png "Completing QML code"
\section1 Using Bookmarks
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, or press \key Shift+F3.
\endlist
To narrow your search results, click
\inlineimage qtcreator-locator-magnify.png
in the \gui Find/Replace pane and select any of the following
preferences:
You can restrict the search in the \gui Find field by selecting one
or several search criteria:
\list
\o To make your search case sensitive, select
\inlineimage qtcreator-editor-casesensitive.png
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search is conducted within the selection.
To replace occurrences of the existing text, enter the new text in the
\gui{Replace with} text box.
\gui{Replace with} field.
\list
\o To replace the selected occurrence and move to the next one,
click \inlineimage qtcreator-next.png
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\section1 Renaming Symbols
To rename a specific symbol in your project:
The functions used to rename symbols depends on whether you are
writing C++ or QML code. For QML, you can only rename IDs.
To rename a specific symbol in a Qt project:
\list 1
\o In the editor, place the cursor on the symbol you would like to
change and select \gui Tools > \gui C++ >
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\note Renaming local symbols does not open the \gui{Search Results} pane.
The instances of the symbol are highlighted in code and you can edit the
symbol. All instances of the local symbol are changed as you type.
To rename an ID in a Qt Quick project:
\list 1
\o Right-click an ID in the QML code and select
\gui {Rename id}.
\o In the \gui {Rename id} field, enter the new ID.
\endlist
*/
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