Commit 9ea28aab authored by Leena Miettinen's avatar Leena Miettinen

Doc: update qmake settings and screenshots

parent 942da966
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Qt Creator allows you to have multiple versions of Qt installed on
your development PC and use different versions for each of your projects.
For example, \QSDK contains special Qt versions for Maemo and Symbian
development.
If Qt Creator finds \bold qmake in the \c{PATH} environment variable, it uses
that version. The \l{glossary-system-qt}{ qmake version of Qt} is referred
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is already in the \c{PATH} and correctly set up for command line use, you do
not need to manually configure your Qt version.
You can add Qt versions to Qt Creator in \gui {Tools > Options... > Qt4 >
Qt Versions}.
Typically, you select the Qt versions for a project when you use project
wizards to create the project. You can add Qt versions for a project in
\gui Projects mode \gui {Build Settings}.
\section2 Compiling Projects with MinGW in Windows
To add a Qt version for \bold MinGW:
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\image qtcreator-qt4-qtversions-win-msvc.png
\o If the \gui {Debugging helper} is not in use, click \gui Rebuild
to take it to use. For more information, see \l{Using Debugging Helpers}.
\o If the \gui {Helpers} are available, but not in use, click
\gui Build for each available helper to take it to use. For more
information, see \l{Using Debugging Helpers}.
\endlist
\section2 Compiling Qt for Symbian Projects
If you are using \bold{Qt for Symbian} and your Symbian SDK is registered
with devices.exe, Qt Creator automatically detects the Qt version. To add a
If you install Qt for Symbian as a part of \QSDK, it is automatically
detected by Qt Creator. If you install other Symbian SDKs and register them
with devices.exe, Qt Creator automatically detects the Qt version.
To add a
Qt for Symbian version:
\list 1
\o Select \gui Tools > \gui Options... > \gui Qt4 >
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\image qtcreator-qt4-qtversions-win-symbian.png
\o To build an application for your device using GCCE, enter the path
to the CSL ARM toolchain directory in
\gui{CSL\\GCCE Directory}.
\gui{CSL\\GCCE directory}.
You do not need to specify this path if the compiler is included in
the \c{PATH} environment variable.
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\gui{Carbide directory}.
\note You need to have Carbide C++ version 2.0 or later installed.
\o To build an application using the Symbian build system (SBS v2) that
is available for Symbian OS 9.5 based SDKs, enter the path to the SBS
v2 toolchain directory in \gui{SBS v2 directory}.
\endlist
\section2 Compiling Projects With Linux
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\o Select \gui Tools > \gui Options... > \gui Qt4 >
\gui{Qt Versions}.
\o Click \inlineimage qtcreator-linux-add.png
and enter the name of the version in \gui{Version Name}.
\o Enter the path to the qmake binary in \gui{Path to qmake}.
and enter the name of the version in \gui{Version name}.
\o Enter the path to the qmake binary in \gui{qmake location}.
\endlist
\section2 Compiling Projects With Mac OS X
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\o Select \gui{Qt Creator} > \gui Preferences... > \gui{Qt Versions}.
\o Click \inlineimage qtcreator-macosx-add.png
and enter the name of the version in \gui{Version Name}.
\o Enter the path to the qmake binary in \gui{Path to Qmake}.
\o Enter the path to the qmake binary in \gui{qmake location}.
\image qtcreator-qt4-qtversions.png
\endlist
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