1. 02 Sep, 2014 1 commit
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  5. 25 Sep, 2012 1 commit
    • Daniel Molkentin's avatar
      Introduce $$QTC_PREFIX · 745cb4b7
      Daniel Molkentin authored
      'make install' now installs to $(INSTALL_ROOT)$$QTC_PREFIX/...
      
      This is used for giving the contents of the 7zips an additional prefix.
      (previously done by doing an additional copying step in bindistHelper).
      QTC_PREFIX can also be used to give Qt Creator a different install path
      at qmake time, and defaults to /usr/local on Linux.
      On Windows and Mac there is no default for QTC_PREFIX.
      
      Usage: qmake -r QTC_PREFIX=/qtcreator-2.6.0 && make &&
      INSTALL_ROOT=/tmp/creator-dist make install
      
      Change-Id: Id30781e14bfdde52531800f22b22e39f0459e806
      Reviewed-by: default avatarOswald Buddenhagen <oswald.buddenhagen@digia.com>
      745cb4b7
  6. 07 Sep, 2012 1 commit
  7. 05 Sep, 2012 1 commit
    • Daniel Molkentin's avatar
      Introduce $$QTC_PREFIX instead of abusing $(INSTALL_ROOT). · c29bf6f6
      Daniel Molkentin authored
      Reason: $INSTALL_ROOT is only meant to be used by packagers
      to temporarily put the contents into a different location,
      which is needed for fakeroot packaging.
      
      QTC_PREFIX is not a qmake variable, and defaults to
      /usr/local. On Windows the default prefix is "QtCreator",
      since "make install" is expected to be used in
      a packaging context only where either INSTALL_ROOT
      should be used or QTC_PREFIX should be set to the
      absolute destination path where e.g. an installer
      generator will pick it up.
      
      Change-Id: Ifa4950340e58e34726c53f5417adcc7b50828ce1
      Reviewed-by: default avatarOswald Buddenhagen <oswald.buddenhagen@nokia.com>
      c29bf6f6
  8. 18 Nov, 2011 2 commits
  9. 01 Nov, 2010 1 commit
  10. 13 Oct, 2010 1 commit
    • Denis Mingulov's avatar
      Add precompiled headers to Qt Creator sources, to any library and plugin · 69229287
      Denis Mingulov authored
      Precompiled headers are a performance feature supported by some
      compilers to reduce the (re-)compilation time substantially.
      Usage in Qt: http://doc.qt.nokia.com/4.7/qmake-precompiledheaders.html
      
      Due to the usage of precompiled headers Qt without demos/examples/webkit
      etc might be compiled even faster than Qt Creator on some systems.
      Despite of Qt, Qt Creator consist of mostly quite small subprojects
      (plugins and libraries) where the effect would not be so noticeable
      but still will be visible.
      
      This patch adds default precompiled headers to any plugin and library
      (i.e. by changes in src/qtcreatorplugin.pri and src/qtcreatorlibrary.pri
      respectively). Almost the same headers are included to general
      precompiled header (src/shared/qtcreator_pch.h) like used in QtCore,
      just QPointer/QScopedPointer etc and QDebug are added, it is used almost
      in any subproject. Also for plugins some QtGui related headers are added
      (src/shared/qtcreator_gui_pch.h).
      
      Default precompiled headers are enabled so:
      
      isEmpty(PRECOMPILED_HEADER):PRECOMPILED_HEADER = $$PWD/shared/header.h
      
      So it is possible to override this variable in any place in the project
      file in case if it will be needed.
      
      Such overriding is used for Botan (src/libs/3rdparty/botan) - it is
      not a Qt project, just a pure C++. Most usable headers were used to
      create special precompiled header for Botan. It is 3rd party component
      so also src/libs/3rdparty/precompiled_headers folder was created -
      to use for any future 3rd party components' precompiled headers.
      
      To enable a usage of precompiled headers feature in Qt projects
      'precompile_header' has to be added to CONFIG. It is done by default
      for limited platforms only (e.g. not for Linux now), so to enable it on
      any other platform - e.g. special qmake command has to be used:
      
      qmake "CONFIG *= precompile_header" -r ../../qt-creator/
      
      To disable a usage of precompiled headers (on platforms where it is
      pre-enabled - otherwise it will be used automatically):
      
      qmake "CONFIG -= precompile_header" -r ../../qt-creator/
      
      To see on which platforms precompiled headers feature is enabled
      by default - qt/mkspecs folder has to be checked.
      
      Precompiled headers require an additional space on the disk, it looks
      like for Qt Creator full size of the shadow build folder grows up to
      2 times (e.g. 1.5 GB to 3 GB).
      
      Test results:
      
      Linux x64, gcc 4.4, T7500, 3 GB RAM: About 22.5 minutes are reduced
      to about 14 minutes (almost 80% faster).
      
      Windows x86, vs2008, P8400, 2 GB RAM: About 70 minutes are reduced
      to about 20 minutes (amazing 250% faster).
      
      Merge-request: 2182
      Reviewed-by: default avatarOswald Buddenhagen <oswald.buddenhagen@nokia.com>
      69229287
  11. 25 Sep, 2009 1 commit
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  15. 20 Apr, 2009 1 commit
    • Oswald Buddenhagen's avatar
      revamp build system · 13f04d84
      Oswald Buddenhagen authored
      now bin and share are not pegged to linking the executable any more,
      but are proper subdirs targets of their own.
      unforturnately, qmake is a bit tenacious, so we hack around a bit. :)
      
      more or less in passing by, i removed some superfluous trailing slashes
      and added path normalization as well.
      13f04d84
  16. 23 Mar, 2009 1 commit
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  19. 02 Dec, 2008 1 commit