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    • Thorbjørn Lindeijer's avatar
      Disable observer and jsdebugger services when they're already part of Qt · 2b0266d0
      Thorbjørn Lindeijer authored
      As of Qt 4.8 the observer and jsdebugger services are part of Qt. This
      means the following changes are necessary in Qt Creator:
      
      * Do not link to the QmlJSDebugger library.
      * Do not create JSDebuggerAgent and QDeclarativeViewObserver instances
        in the QmlApplicationViewer and use the new declarative_debug CONFIG
        option to enable those services in Qt. This is done automatically
        for debug builds.
      * Point out the QML Debugging Library and the QML Observer are "Not
        needed" in the Qt options page.
      * Change the label in qmake options from "Link QML debugging library" to
        "Enable QML debugging". It still remains as a way to enable this
        functionality in release builds or for QtQuick applications not based
        on Qt Creator's template.
      * Rely on qmlviewer for debugging QML UI projects rather than the
        observer, which is no longer necessary.
      
      Reviewed-by: Kai Koehne
      2b0266d0
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