Commit 199855cb authored by Thorbjørn Lindeijer's avatar Thorbjørn Lindeijer

Some small updates to the documentation of generic projects

(cherry picked from commit 9bdd3598)
parent 868ab1e7
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system.
This feature lets you use Qt Creator as a code editor. You can change the
way your project is built by modifying the \c make command on the
\gui{Project Settings} page.
way your project is built by modifying the \c make command under
\gui{Build Settings} in the \gui{Projects} mode.
For a generic project, you have to manually specify which files belong to
your project and which include directories/defines you want to pass to your
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file. When you first create a generic project, Qt Creator will add any
files it recognizes to your project. To add or remove files later, simply
edit the \c{.files} file in Qt Creator. Your project tree will be refreshed
when you save this file.
when you save this file. You can also add or remove files using the context
menu in the project tree.
If you frequently need to update the \c{.files} file, we recommend the use
of a small script that will update the files for you. Currently, if the
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\section2 Specifying Include Paths
The include paths are specified in the \c{.includes} file.
The include paths are specified in the \c{.includes} file, one include
path per line. The paths can be either absolute or relative to the
\c{.includes} file.
\section2 Specifying Defines
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#define NAME value
\endcode
\section2 Creating a Run Configuration
Qt Creator cannot automatically determine which executable it should run.
To set up a custom executable run configuration in the \gui Projects mode,
use the \bold{+} button. Here you can specify the name, executable, and
use the \bold{Add} button. Here you can specify the name, executable, and
some optional arguments. By default, the working directory is
\c{$BUILDDIR} which should work fine.
*/
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