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    • Tobias Hunger's avatar
      s/profile/kit/ · 8ba422d0
      Tobias Hunger authored
      * Rename profiles to kits.
      * Update some strings:
         * projects mode has a Kits tab, not a Targets tab.
         * " Settings" was dropped from the sub-tabs of the Kits tab
         * menu entry "Build/Open Build/Run Target Selector" was renamed
           to "Build/Open Build and Run Kits Selector".
         * Use "Kit" instead of "Target" in miniprojecttargetselector.
           (The class was not renamed as it does indeed select targets,
            not kits)
      
      Change-Id: I0727e086e2dfa0e8aaaf89fdc6f2e3596c7a4314
      Reviewed-by: default avatarEike Ziller <eike.ziller@nokia.com>
      8ba422d0
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    • Tobias Hunger's avatar
      Profile introduction · 24314562
      Tobias Hunger authored
      Introduce Profiles to store sets of values that describe a system/device.
      
      These profiles are held by a target, getting rid of much of the information
      stored in the Build-/Run-/DeployConfigurations, greatly simplifying those.
      
      This is a squash of the wip/profile branch which has been on gerrit for a
      while, rebased to current master.
      
      Change-Id: I25956c8dd4d1962b2134bfaa8a8076ae3909460f
      Reviewed-by: default avatarDaniel Teske <daniel.teske@nokia.com>
      24314562
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    • Tobias Hunger's avatar
      ToolChain: Refactor toolchain support · 8d0c4772
      Tobias Hunger authored
      Refactor ToolChains in Qt Creator:
      
       * Allow for several toolchains of the same type
       * Be smarter wrt. guessing what kind of output a toolchain
         produces. This allows us to eventually handle e.g. embedded
         linux setups way better than before.
       * Be smarter wrt. guessing what kind of environment a Qt version
         needs.
       * Improve auto-detection of toolchains a bit
       * Decide on which debugger to use based on the kind of output
         produced by the compiler.
       * Add options page to configure toolchains
       * Remove toolchain related options from the Qt version dialog
      
      Reviewed-by: dt
      8d0c4772
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    • Oswald Buddenhagen's avatar
      replace env variable injection with pervasive expando support · 79be54ed
      Oswald Buddenhagen authored
      do not inject SOURCEDIR and BUILDDIR into the environment of
      build steps and run configurations any more.
      instead, all custom executable paths, argument lists and working
      directories now support the %{sourceDir} and %{buildDir} macros.
      this approach is more elegant and more scalable.
      79be54ed
    • Oswald Buddenhagen's avatar
      overhaul process argument handling · 1e362b0f
      Oswald Buddenhagen authored
      get away from argument stringlists. instead, use native shell command
      lines which support quoting/splitting, environment variable expansion
      and redirections with well-understood semantics.
      
      Task-number: QTCREATORBUG-542
      Task-number: QTCREATORBUG-1564
      1e362b0f
    • Oswald Buddenhagen's avatar
      change Environment::expandVariables() semantics · 0641ed0e
      Oswald Buddenhagen authored
      instead of being os-agnostic, interpret the os-native expansion style,
      so it is consistent with proper (shell) command lines.
      
      don't interpret quotes, as this function is meant for expanding isolated
      filepaths, where nobody would expect quoting. instead, use the windows
      style of simply not doing an expansion if a referenced variable is not
      found, which should be good enough - it's rather unlikely that something
      which happens to be an expansion of an existing variable is actually not
      meant to be one.
      0641ed0e
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