Commit 16223cb8 authored by Leena Miettinen's avatar Leena Miettinen
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Doc - Removed fixed or obsolete issues and added a new issue for v2.0.0.

Reviewed-by: con
Reviewed-by: Friedemann Kleint
Reviewed-by: dt
parent 1b6ad087
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specified in the \c CMake project file.
Known issues for the current version can be found
\l{Known Issues of version 1.3.86}{here}.
\l{Known Issues}{here}.
\section1 Adding External Libraries to a CMake Project
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\title Known Issues
There are some known issues with Qt Creator.
The development team is aware of them, there is no need to report them as bugs.
This section lists known issues in Qt Creator version 2.0.0.
The development team is aware of them, and therefore, you do not need to
report them as bugs.
\section1 Known Issues of Version 1.3.86
For a list of fixed issues and added features, see the changelog file in
the qtcreator\dist folder or the \l{http://bugreports.qt.nokia.com}{Qt Bug Tracker}.
\list
\o On Windows, debugging a MinGW-built console application (with \gui{Run in terminal}
checked) using gdb does not work due to a bug in gdb related to attaching to
stopped processes (see \l{http://bugreports.qt.nokia.com/browse/QTCREATORBUG-1020}).
\o Debugging Helper does not work while performing On-Device Debugging.
\if defined(qtquick)
\o QML Preview (Run Project) only works if built against Qt with
Declarative UI.
\endif
\o Setting breakpoints in code that is compiled into the binary more
than once does not work.
\o On Linux and Windows, installing Qt with one user account and
then using it with another requires other users to manually set
the Qt version. On Windows, setting the MinGW location is
required as well. The same applies to the location of GDB for Symbian.
A workaround is to copy %APPDATA%/Nokia/qtcreator.ini (Windows) or
$HOME/.config/Nokia/QtCreator.ini (Linux) from the directory
of the user who installed Qt Creator to the other user.
This issue does not exist on Mac OS X.
\endlist
\section1 Known Issues of Version 1.2.0 and 1.2.1
\section1 General
\list
\o Gdb on Windows may not work if the 'Embassy \reg Security Center' software
by 'Wave \reg Systems' is installed and active (causing crashes in \c{vxvault.dll)}).
\o Only simple data types (POD) work in the Watch Window of CDB.
\o Qt Creator uses SQLite for storing some of its settings. SQLite is
known to have problems with certain NFS servers (most notably the
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NFS share and you encounter this issue, one option would be to
switch to the nfs-kernel-server, or create a symlink so that the
settings are stored locally.
\endlist
\section1 Editing
\list
\o Code completion does not support typedefs for nested classes.
\endlist
\section1 Known Issues of Version 1.1.0
\section1 Projects
\list
\o Paths or file names containing spaces or special characters, e.g.,
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items with names consisting of plain characters, numbers,
underscores, and hyphens.
\o \c{.pro} files are reformatted if files have been added or removed.
Whitespace is not preserved.
\o There is no IDE support for adding files to include (\c .pri) files.
\o There is no IDE support for adding/removing sub-projects. Project
hierarchies (SUBDIRS template) have to be created manually.
\o The file system sidebar does not update automatically. As a
workaround, switch to another directory and then back.
\o Creating new \c CMake projects with Qt Creator is not supported.
\endlist
\o Loading KDE4 designer plugins breaks the style in KDE < 4.2.1
due to a bug in KDE.
\section1 Debugging
\o The DEFINES and INCLUDES set in \c{.pro} files are not dealt with
on a file-specific level. Because of this, handling of DEFINES has
been disabled completely. Also the \c{.qmake.cache} is not being
parsed. In general, the \c{.pro} file parser is incomplete and
problems are still to be expected.
\list
\o Code completion for generated UI header files is updated only
after a build.
\o When debugging executables created by the GNU Compiler version 4.5.0
(all platforms), some data types will not be displayed in the
\gui{Locals and Watchers} view due to missing debug information.
\o Code completion does not support typedefs for nested classes.
\o On Windows, debugging a MinGW-built console application (with \gui{Run in terminal}
checked) using gdb does not work due to a bug in gdb related to attaching to
stopped processes (see \l{http://bugreports.qt.nokia.com/browse/QTCREATORBUG-1020}).
\o There is a kernel bug essentially making debugging unreliable on
2.6.24 kernels for i386 (which is, unfortunately, the default on
Ubuntu 8.04). See
\l{https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gdb/+bug/230315/} for
details. The only solution to this problem is to boot another
kernel.
\o Gdb on Windows may not work if the 'Embassy \reg Security Center' software
by 'Wave \reg Systems' is installed and active (causing crashes in \c{vxvault.dll)}).
\o Gdb may take long to load debugging symbols, especially from large
libraries like \c libQtWebKit. Starting the debugging module can
take up to several minutes without visible progress.
\o Setting breakpoints in code that is compiled into the binary more
than once does not work.
\o Setting breakpoints in files that do not have unique absolute
paths may fail. For example, remounting parts of a file system
using the --bind mount option.
\o There is no syntax highlighting for \c CMake project files.
\o Project files included from \c{CMakeLists.txt} are not shown in the
navigation tree.
\o Using the Visual Studio Compiler with \c CMake is not supported.
\o Creating new \c CMake projects with Qt Creator is not supported.
\o Having more than one build directory for \c CMake is not supported.
\o Changing the build directory for \c CMake after the initial import
is disabled.
\endlist
*/
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