Commit c2563c04 authored by Thorbjørn Lindeijer's avatar Thorbjørn Lindeijer

Some documentation updates and fixes

Reviewed-by: default avatarLeena Miettinen <riitta-leena.miettinen@nokia.com>
parent 5e56d9d2
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\o libxft-dev
\o libxi-dev
\o libxrandr-dev
\o If you are using QtOpenGL, libglui-dev
\o If you are using QtOpenGL, libgl-dev and libglu-dev
\endlist
\o Mac OS 10.4 or later with the following:
\list
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For information on how to prepare your documentation and create a
.qch file, see
\l http://doc.qt.nokia.com/4.6/qthelp-framework.html
\l{http://doc.qt.nokia.com/4.6/qthelp-framework.html}
{The Qt help framework}.
\o Add the .qch file to Qt Creator by selecting \gui Tools >
\gui Options... > \gui Help > \gui Documentation > \gui Add.
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text wrapping or \l{Moving to symbol definition or declaration}
{moving to symbol definition or declaration}
in \gui Display.
\o Enable \l{Code completion}{code completion} in \gui Completion.
\o Configure \l{Code completion}{code completion} in \gui Completion.
\endlist
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Set code completion preferences in \gui Tools > \gui Options >
\gui{Text Editor} > \gui Completion.
Qt Creator can complete common prefixes before showing a list of
suggestions. This is especially useful for the classes with several
similarly named members. To use this functionality, in the code
completion preferences enable \gui{Autocomplete common prefix}.
When completion is invoked manually, Qt Creator completes the common prefix
of the list of suggestions. This is especially useful for classes with
several similarly named members. To disable this functionality, uncheck
\gui{Autocomplete common prefix} in the code completion preferences.
The following table lists available types for code completion and icon
used for each.
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a symbol by holding the \key Ctrl and clicking the symbol.
To enable this function, in \gui Tools > \gui Options >
\gui{Text Editor} > \gui Display select \gui{Enable mouse navigation}.
\gui{Text Editor} > \gui Behavior select \gui{Enable mouse navigation}.
\section1 Using an External Editor
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