Qt Creator 2.3.0

Qt Creator was developed to be a cross-platform integrated development environment (IDE) tailored to the needs of Qt developers. Qt Creator runs on Windows, Linux/X11 and Mac OS X desktop operating systems, and allows developers to create applications for multiple desktop and mobile device platforms. It provides: – C++ and JavaScript code editor – Integrated UI designer – Project and build management tools – gdb and CDB debuggers – Version control – Simulator for mobile UIs – Support for desktop and mobile targets Sophisticated Code Editor: · Qt Creator´s advanced code editor provides support for editing C++ and QML (JavaScript), context-sensitive help, code completion, nativation and more . Version Control : · Qt Creator integrates with most popular version control systems, including Git, Subversion, Perforce, CVS and Mercurial. Integrated UI Designers: · Qt Creator provides two integrated visual editors: Qt Designer for building UIs from Qt widgets, and Qt Quick Designer* for developing animated UIs with the QML language Project & Build Management : · Whether you import an existing project or create one from scratch, Qt Creator generates all the necessary files. Support for cross-qmake and CMake is included. Desktop & Mobile Targets: · Qt Creator provides support for building and running Qt applications for desktops and mobile devices. Build settings allow you to quickly switch between build targets. Qt Simulator: · Available as part of the Nokia Qt SDK, the Qt Simulator to test Qt application for mobile devices in an environment similar to that of the target device. · Example and tutorial browsing with descriptive texts, and filtering for examples matching a keyword · Enhanced C++ coding style options, with indent settings and alignment settings split up for the different use cases depending on element, including preview and separation between global and project specific settings · Support for deployment and running to a more general “remote Linux” – just add your remote deploy and run configuration to your desktop target and define remote Linux “device” settings (you have to set up your cross-compiler on your own though) · Support for compiling projects with the Clang compiler · Code completion is now populated in a separate thread, no editor blocking any more Profiling now has its own “Analyze” mode. Added two more profiling options: · QML profiling · Function profiling using Valgrind’s Callgrind · Symbian got CODA support, allowing for deployment via WiFi Various Qt Quick support enhancements besides the QML profiling: · Support for models and …

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