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/*!
//! [run settings desktop]

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    \section1 Specifying Run Settings for Desktop Device Types
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    You can specify command line arguments to be passed to the executable
    and the working directory to use. The working directory defaults to
    the directory of the build result.

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    For console applications, check the \uicontrol{Run in Terminal} check box.
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    If you need to run with special environment variables set up, you
    also do it in the run configuration settings.

    \image qtcreator-pprunsettings.png

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    When building an application, \QC creates a list of directories where the
    linker will look for libraries that were built as part of the project. To
    search those directories for libraries when starting an application, select
    the \uicontrol {Add build library search path} check box. The linked
    directories are made visible to the executable that \QC is attempting to
    run. This option is enabled by default, and you should disable it only if
    you use deployment steps.

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    The \uicontrol {Use debug version of frameworks (DYLD_IMAGE_SUFFIX=_debug)} option
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    (only available on \macos) enables you to debug (for example, step into)
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    linked frameworks, such as the Qt framework itself. You do not need this
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    option for debugging your application code.
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    You can also create custom executable run configurations where you
    can set the executable to be run. For more information, see
    \l{Specifying a Custom Executable to Run}.
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//! [run settings desktop]
*/