Commit 2bb6809f authored by Rohan Shetty's avatar Rohan Shetty Committed by Oswald Buddenhagen

New screenshots added for sections Setting Up a qmake Project and Quick Tour...

New screenshots added for sections Setting Up a qmake Project and Quick Tour along with minor corrections in the document
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\section1 Configuring the Editor
Qt Creator allows you to configure the text editor to suit your specific
needs. To configure the editor, select \gui Tools > \gui Options >
needs. To configure the editor, select \gui Tools > \gui{Options...} >
\gui{Text Editor}
You can perform the following configuration actions:
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In Qt Creator you can move directly to the definition or the declaration of
a symbol by holding the \key Ctrl and clicking the symbol.
To enable this moving function, in \gui Tools > \gui Options >
To enable this moving function, in \gui Tools > \gui{Options...} >
\gui{Text Editor} > \gui Behavior select \gui{Enable mouse navigation}.
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To obtain operating system libraries for debugging Windows applications,
you have to add the Symbol Server:
\list 1
\o Select \gui Tools > \gui Options > \gui Debugger > \gui Cdb
\o Select \gui Tools > \gui{Options...} > \gui Debugger > \gui Cdb
\o Click \inlineimage qtcreator-serverbutton.png
located next to the \gui{Insert...} button of the Symbol paths
field and select \gui{Symbol Server...}
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While debugging, Qt Creator dynamically loads a helper library into your
program. This helper library enables Qt Creator to pretty print Qt and STL
types. The Qt SDK package already contains a prebuilt debugging helper
library. To create an own debugging helper library, select \gui{Options}
from the \gui{Tools} menu, and go to the \gui{Qt4 > Qt Versions} pane. As
the internal data structures of Qt can change between versions, the debugging
helper library is built for each Qt version.
library. To create an own debugging helper library, select \gui{Tools} >
\gui{Options...} > \gui{Qt4} > \gui{Qt Versions}. As the internal data
structures of Qt can change between versions, the debugging helper
library is built for each Qt version.
\section1 Debugging Helper Library with Python
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files it recognizes to your project.
To add or remove files, edit the \c .files file in Qt Creator.
Qt Creator recreates your project tree when you save the \c{.files file}.
Qt Creator recreates your project tree when you save the \c{.files} file.
Alternatively, you can add and remove files using the context menu in the
project tree.
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\section1 Specifying Defines
The defines are specified in the \c .config file. The \c.{config} file is a
The defines are specified in the \c .config file. The \c{.config} file is a
regular C++ file, prepended to all your source files when they are parsed.
Only use the \c{.config} file to add lines as in the example below:
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