Commit c469964c authored by Leena Miettinen's avatar Leena Miettinen

Doc: remove obsolete \if defined commands

The doc sources are no longer used for single-sourcing.

Change-Id: I934c88c19646d84b4de3c5787234148f947c4489
Reviewed-by: default avatarKai Koehne <kai.koehne@digia.com>
parent 848741fd
......@@ -10,9 +10,7 @@ defines = Q_QDOC \
Q_BYTE_ORDER \
QT_DEPRECATED \
Q_NO_USING_KEYWORD \
__cplusplus \
qtquick \
qcmanual
__cplusplus
versionsym = QT_VERSION_STR
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......@@ -238,11 +238,7 @@
debugging) or runs a separate process (e.g. when using GDB server
on embedded Linux). The host side typically
consists of \QC itself, often with the help of an external process, such as
\if defined(qcmanual)
GDB or CDB.
\else
GDB.
\endif
While this setup might look daunting, it is mostly invisible to
the user of \QC. To start debugging on a remote target with the
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......@@ -100,9 +100,7 @@
You can look up any issue in the
\l{http://bugreports.qt-project.org/}{Qt bug tracker}.
\if defined(qcmanual)
\include widgets/creator-faq-qtdesigner.qdocinc
\endif
\section1 Help Questions
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......@@ -19,11 +19,7 @@
/*!
\contentspage index.html
\if defined(qcmanual)
\previouspage creator-developing-generic-linux.html
\else
\previouspage creator-developing-meego.html
\endif
\page creator-developing-maemo.html
\nextpage creator-developing-meego.html
......@@ -40,11 +36,9 @@
development is disabled by default. To enable it, select \gui Help >
\gui {About Plugins} > \gui {Device Support} > \gui Madde and restart \QC.
\if defined(qcmanual)
For more
information about the Maemo 5 platform, see
\l{http://maemo.org/intro/platform/}{Software Platform} on the Maemo web site.
\endif
For more information about developing applications for the Maemo 5
platform, select \gui {Help > Index} and look for \gui {Platform Notes},
......@@ -58,10 +52,8 @@
\li Maemo 5 device: Nokia N900 with software update release 1.3
(V20.2010.36-2) or later installed.
\if defined(qcmanual)
\li MADDE cross-platform Maemo development
tool (installed as part of the Qt 4 SDK).
\endif
\li Nokia USB drivers.
......@@ -234,13 +226,7 @@
testing. If you write applications that use Qt Mobility APIs, you might want
to test them with real user data. To create a connection as a user, specify
the \gui Username and \gui Password in \QC. For more information, see
\if defined(qcmanual)
\l{Testing with User Data on Maemo Devices}.
\else
\l{http://doc.qt.digia.com/qtcreator/creator-developing-maemo.html#testing-with-user-data-on-maemo-devices}
{Testing with User Data on Maemo Devices}.
\endif
You can protect the connections between \QC and
a device by using either a password or an SSH key. If you use a password, you
......@@ -250,22 +236,11 @@
If you do not have an SSH key, you can create it in \QC.
Encrypted keys are not supported. For more
information, see
\if defined(qcmanual)
\l{Generating SSH Keys}.
\else
\l{http://doc.qt.digia.com/qtcreator/creator-developing-meego.html#generating-ssh-keys}
{Generating SSH Keys}.
\endif
You can view processes running on devices and kill them. For more
information, see
\if defined(qcmanual)
\l{Managing Device Processes}.
\else
\l{http://doc.qt.digia.com/qtcreator/creator-developing-meego.html#managing-device-processes}
{Managing Device Processes}.
\endif
To configure connections between \QC and a
......@@ -309,8 +284,6 @@
\endlist
\if defined(qcmanual)
\li To test applications on the emulator (QEMU) separately, you must
create a connection to it from the development PC. If you installed
Qt 4 SDK, the connection is created automatically and you can omit this
......@@ -330,7 +303,6 @@
connection.
\endlist
\endif
\li Select \gui Tools > \gui Options > \gui {Build & Run} >
\gui Kits > \gui Add to add a kit for building for the device:
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......@@ -21,11 +21,7 @@
\contentspage index.html
\previouspage creator-developing-maemo.html
\page creator-developing-meego.html
\if defined(qcmanual)
\nextpage creator-developing-qnx.html
\else
\nextpage creator-developing-maemo.html
\endif
\title Connecting MeeGo Harmattan Devices
......@@ -39,12 +35,9 @@
development is disabled by default. To enable it, select \gui Help >
\gui {About Plugins} > \gui {Device Support} > \gui Madde and restart \QC.
\if defined(qcmanual)
For more information about the Harmattan platform, see
\l{http://library.developer.nokia.com/topic/MeeGo_1.2_Harmattan_API/html/guide/html/Developer_Library_Harmattan_overview_5dcf.html}
{Harmattan Overview} in the MeeGo 1.2 Harmattan Developer Library.
\endif
\note Qt 4 SDK does not contain the tool chains for building applications for
other MeeGo devices than MeeGo Harmattan. You can try to run applications
......@@ -247,13 +240,7 @@
If you write applications that use Qt Mobility APIs, you might want to test
them with real user data. To create a connection as a user, specify the
\gui Username and \gui Password in \QC. For more information, see
\if defined(qcmanual)
\l{Testing with User Data on MeeGo Devices}.
\else
\l{http://doc.qt.digia.com/qtcreator/creator-developing-meego.html#testing-with-user-data-on-meego-devices}
{Testing with User Data on MeeGo Devices}.
\endif
You can protect the connections between \QC and a device by using
either a password or an SSH key. If you use a password, you must generate it
......@@ -262,23 +249,11 @@
If you do not have an SSH key, you can create it in \QC. Encrypted
keys are not supported. For more information, see
\if defined(qcmanual)
\l{Generating SSH Keys}.
\else
\l{http://doc.qt.digia.com/qtcreator/creator-developing-meego.html#generating-ssh-keys}
{Generating SSH Keys}.
\endif
You can view processes running on devices and kill them. For more
information, see
\if defined(qcmanual)
\l{Managing Device Processes}.
\else
\l{http://doc.qt.digia.com/qtcreator/creator-developing-meego.html#managing-device-processes}
{Managing Device Processes}.
\endif
To configure connections between \QC and a device:
......@@ -324,8 +299,6 @@
\endlist
\if defined(qcmanual)
\li To test applications on the emulator (QEMU), you must
create a connection to it from the development PC. If you installed
Qt 4 SDK, the connection is created automatically and you can omit this
......@@ -355,8 +328,6 @@
\endlist
\endif
\li Select \gui Tools > \gui Options > \gui {Build & Run} >
\gui Kits > \gui Add to add a kit for building for the device:
......@@ -410,8 +381,6 @@
\endlist
\if defined(qcmanual)
\section2 Testing with User Data on MeeGo Devices
To run your application as the default user, you must first assign a
......@@ -436,8 +405,6 @@
\include linux-mobile/linuxdev-keys.qdocinc
\include linux-mobile/linuxdev-processes.qdocinc
\endif
\section1 Troubleshooting Harmattan Connections
The addresses used in this example might be reserved by some other
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......@@ -104,11 +104,9 @@
\li Creating new CMake projects with \QC is not supported.
\if defined(qcmanual)
\li On Windows, you must create projects for Maemo 5 and Harmattan
device types on the same partition where you installed Qt 4 SDK, \QC, and
MADDE.
\endif
\li If error messages displayed in the \gui {Compile Output} pane contain
paths where slashes are missing (for example, C:QtSDK),
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......@@ -98,7 +98,6 @@
\list
\if defined(qcmanual)
\li Qt GUI Application
Use \QD forms to design a Qt widget based user interface for the
......@@ -110,7 +109,6 @@
mobile devices and C++ to implement the application logic.
Select this template to develop for devices that support only
Qt 4.6.x
\endif
\li Qt Quick Application (Built-in Types)
......@@ -277,18 +275,14 @@
C++ class, source, or header files that you can use to write the
application logic in both Qt Quick projects and
\if defined(qcmanual)
Qt widget based projects
\endif
\li Qt
\list
\if defined(qcmanual)
\li \QD forms and \QD form classes, which specify parts of user
interfaces in Qt widget based projects
\endif
\li Qt resource files, which allow you to store binary files in the
application executable
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......@@ -72,9 +72,7 @@
\endlist
\if defined(qcmanual)
\include qnx/creator-projects-qt-version-qnx.qdocinc
\endif
*/
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......@@ -41,16 +41,9 @@
For more information on the options you have, see
\l{Specifying Run Settings}.
\if defined(qcmanual)
\include projects/creator-projects-running-desktop.qdocinc
\endif
\include projects/creator-projects-running-simulator.qdocinc
\if defined(qcmanual)
\include linux-mobile/creator-projects-running-generic-linux.qdocinc
\include linux-mobile/creator-projects-running-madde.qdocinc
\include qnx/creator-projects-running-qnx.qdocinc
\endif
*/
......@@ -45,13 +45,11 @@
parsed .pro files. For more information on how the commands are constructed,
see \l{Starting External Processes}.
\if defined(qcmanual)
\include projects/creator-projects-settings-run-desktop.qdocinc
\include projects/creator-projects-settings-run-analyze.qdocinc
\include projects/creator-projects-settings-run-debug.qdocinc
\include linux-mobile/creator-projects-settings-run-linux.qdocinc
\include qnx/creator-projects-settings-run-qnx.qdocinc
\endif
\section1 Selecting the Run Environment
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......@@ -64,11 +64,9 @@
\section1 Related Topics
\list
\if defined(qcmanual)
\li \l {Using Qt Quick Designer}
\li \l {Creating Buttons}
\li \l {Creating Scalable Buttons and Borders}
\endif
\li \l {Exporting Designs from Graphics Software}
\li \l {Using QML Modules with Plugins}
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......@@ -109,7 +109,6 @@
\endlist
\if defined(qcmanual)
The following sections contain examples of how to create some common
components:
......@@ -130,5 +129,4 @@
top level when you are done editing the component.
\image qmldesigner-breadcrumbs.png "Go into Component command"
\endif
*/
......@@ -35,10 +35,8 @@
screens. Typically, the main qml file in a Qt Quick project specifies the
main window of an application.
\if defined(qcmanual)
The QML files in the project folder are displayed in \gui {QML Components}
in the \gui Library pane.
\endif
You can also use ready-made Qt Quick 1 Components (for Qt 4) to create
screens with a native look and feel for a particular target platform.
......@@ -47,7 +45,6 @@
can install Qt Quick 1 Components as part of the Qt 4 SDK and the Qt Quick
Controls as part of Qt 5.1, or later.
\if defined(qcmanual)
\section1 Adding Components to Screens
\list 1
......@@ -60,7 +57,6 @@
For example, you can anchor components to a position on the screen.
\endlist
\endif
\section1 Using Data Models
......@@ -85,9 +81,7 @@
\l{http://qt-project.org/doc/qt-5.0/qtquick/qml-qtquick2-listmodel.html}{ListModel} and the
delegate component that creates an instance for each item in the model are
added automatically. You can edit item properties
\if defined(qcmanual)
in the \gui Properties pane or
\endif
in the code editor. You can also replace the default model and
delegate with other, more complex models and delegates in the code editor.
......@@ -112,12 +106,9 @@
\endlist
\if defined(qcmanual)
To lay out several items in a Column, Row, Grid, or Flow, select
the items on the canvas, and then select \gui Layout in the context
menu.
\endif
\section1 Using States
......@@ -127,7 +118,6 @@
controls, their properties and behavior and the available actions. For
example, you can use states to create two screens.
\if defined(qcmanual)
To add states, click the empty slot in the \gui States pane. Then modify the
new state in the visual editor.
......@@ -136,8 +126,6 @@
The properties that you change in a state are highlighted with blue color.
In the code editor, you can see the changes recorded as changes to the base
state.
\endif
To keep the QML code clean, you should create a base state that contains all
the types you will need in the application. You can then create states,
......@@ -160,7 +148,6 @@
\endlist
\if defined(qcmanual)
To create screens for an application by using states:
\list 1
......@@ -195,7 +182,6 @@
\endqml
\endlist
\endif
*/
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