Commit fdb04b5d authored by Tobias Hunger's avatar Tobias Hunger
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Doc: Update information on wizards in creator-projects-creating.qdoc



Change-Id: I06fbf8115c416294cd6369a3ebd2dc7f7de2284c
Reviewed-by: default avatarLeena Miettinen <riitta-leena.miettinen@theqtcompany.com>
parent 7bed5cd3
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CMake, but do not use the Qt library.
In addition, you can import projects as \e {generic projects} that do not
use qmake, Qbs, or CMake. This enables you to
use \QC as a code editor and to fully control the steps and commands used to
build the project.
use qmake, Qbs, or CMake. This enables you to use \QC as a code editor and
to fully control the steps and commands used to build the project.
You can install tools for mobile devices as part of Qt distributions.
The \l{glossary-buildandrun-kit}{kits} and build and run settings for the
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\section1 Using Project Wizards
In the first step, you
select a template for the project. You can filter templates (1) to view only
those that apply to a particular device type.
In the first step, you select a template for the project. You can filter
templates (1) to view only those that apply to a particular target platform.
\image qtcreator-new-qt-quick-project-wizard.png
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When you have completed the steps, \QC automatically generates the project
with required headers, source files, user interface descriptions and project
files, as defined by the wizard.
For example, if you choose to create a Qt Quick application, \QC generates a
QML file that you can modify with the integrated \QMLD.
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\li Plain C or C++ Project
Plain C or C++ project that uses qmake but does not use the Qt
library
\li Plain C or C++ Project (CMake Build)
Plain C or C++ project that uses CMake but does not use the Qt
library
\li Plain C or C++ Project (Qbs Build)
Plain C or C++ project that uses Qbs but does not use the Qt
library.
Plain C or C++ project that uses qmake, CMake or Qbs but does
not use the Qt library
\endlist
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\li Import Existing Project
Import an existing project that does not use any of the supported
build systems: qmake, CMake, or Autotools. This enables you to use
\QC as a code editor
build systems: qmake, Qbs, CMake, or Autotools. This enables you to
use \QC as a code editor
\endlist
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