1. 15 Jun, 2016 1 commit
    • Christian Kandeler's avatar
      qbs build: Final steps to support building plugins "out of source". · e1e20359
      Christian Kandeler authored
      - Use the entire Export block when creating a module, not just the
        Depends items. Adapt references to the product source directory
        and the "share" directory so that they point to the respective
        locations in the install tree.
      - Install dev headers for some more plugins.
      - Bug fixes & polishing.
      Create a "dev installation" like this:
      $ qbs qtc.make_dev_package:true qbs.installRoot:<install root>
      Then build your plugin against it like this:
      $ qbs qtc.make_dev_package:true qbs.installRoot:<install root>
      project.qbsSearchPaths:<install root>/qbs-resources
      (Using qbs from 1.5 branch; 1.5.1 requires a trivial wrapper project.)
      That's all. Successfully tested with all commercial plugins on Linux.
      Change-Id: Ie39c4717dafcd431c533421a15f2f898783d8521
      Reviewed-by: Jake Petroules's avatarJake Petroules <jake.petroules@qt.io>
      Reviewed-by: Orgad Shaneh's avatarOrgad Shaneh <orgads@gmail.com>
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    • Ulf Hermann's avatar
      Generalize support for extra compilers · 2e3e0605
      Ulf Hermann authored
      Allow for different extra compilers which may get called to generate
      additional code for the code model. The build system is expected to
      know what files are generated from which source file and the extra
      compilers know how to generate the content of those files, without
      touching the build directory. the uic adapter is refactored to be
      the first such extra compiler.
      The extra compiler is run when an editor for its source document
      loses focus, or after a timeout of 1s when the source document has
      been changed.
      Change-Id: I13c110c61120c812f02639a3684144daf8979b37
      Reviewed-by: default avatarTobias Hunger <tobias.hunger@theqtcompany.com>
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    • Marco Bubke's avatar
      CppTools: Add CppToolsBridge · 6fe9b0cc
      Marco Bubke authored
      We broke the dependency of
      BaseEditorDocumentProcessor *BaseEditorDocumentProcessor::get(const QString &filePath)
      It's hiding static calls and it is much easier to do it that way than to
      provide a reference to every user. It's also possible to exchange it with
      different implementations for different test cases.
      Change-Id: Ic74699b45948e8b48f7efb6a1b295ba2641b8951
      Reviewed-by: default avatarNikolai Kosjar <nikolai.kosjar@theqtcompany.com>
  9. 12 Oct, 2015 1 commit
    • Nikolai Kosjar's avatar
      CppTools: Make FollowSymbol respect projects · 6b6ad446
      Nikolai Kosjar authored
      Finding the class definition for a forward declaration or finding the
      function definition from its declaration is mostly determined by the
      file iteration order. Documents with the most common path prefix are
      checked first.
      This works fine as long as the files of your project have a common
      ancestor. If that's not the case, FollowSymbol might take you to the
      definition within another project.
      Fix that issue by considering the project part id when constructing the
      file iteration order. Since the cached file iteration order now depends
      on the projects, ensure to clear it if projects are added, changed or
      Task-number: QTCREATORBUG-15116
      Change-Id: I529166bac363959c9fee0b946747fd0370a88809
      Reviewed-by: default avatarMarco Bubke <marco.bubke@theqtcompany.com>
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    • Nikolai Kosjar's avatar
      C++: Base parsing on editor document instead of widget · 89bd4ee3
      Nikolai Kosjar authored
      This mainly takes CppEditorSupport apart.
      * Parsing is now invoked by CPPEditorDocument itself by listening to
      * Upon construction and destruction CPPEditorDocument creates and
        deletes an EditorDocumentHandle for (un)registration in the model
        manager. This handle provides everything to generate the working copy
        and to access the editor document processor.
      * A CPPEditorDocument owns a BaseEditorDocumentProcessor instance that
        controls parsing, semantic info recalculation and the semantic
        highlighting for the document. This is more or less what is left from
        CppEditorSupport and can be considered as the backend of a
        CPPEditorDocument. CPPEditorDocument itself is quite small.
          * BuiltinEditorDocumentProcessor and ClangEditorDocumentProcessor
            derive from BaseEditorDocumentProcessor and implement the gaps.
          * Since the semantic info calculation was bound to the widget, it
            also calculated the local uses, which depend on the cursor
            position. This calculation got moved into the extracted class
            UseSeletionsUpdater in the cppeditor plugin, which is run once the
            cursor position changes or the semantic info document is updated.
          * Some more logic got extracted:
      	- SemanticInfoUpdater (logic was in CppEditorSupport)
      	- SemanticHighlighter (logic was in CppEditorSupport)
          * The *Parser and *Processor classes can be easily accessed by the
            static function get().
      * CppHighlightingSupport is gone since it turned out to be useless.
      * The editor dependency in CompletionAssistProviders is gone since we
        actually only need the file path now.
      Change-Id: I49d3a7bd138c5ed9620123e34480772535156508
      Reviewed-by: Orgad Shaneh's avatarOrgad Shaneh <orgads@gmail.com>
      Reviewed-by: default avatarErik Verbruggen <erik.verbruggen@digia.com>
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