By André Pönitz

Qt Creator 2.6.2 released

Published Thursday January 31st, 2013 | 20 Comments on Qt Creator 2.6.2 released
Posted in Qt, QtCreator, Releases | Tags: ,

Qt Creator 2.6.2 has just been released. A quick count yields 55 patches on top of 2.6.1, the majority of them of the Mostly Harmless kind, fixing usability and UI issues. Some serious issues got fixed, too, most notably the code editor freeze some people encountered on certain constructs in the C++ editor (see QTCREATORBUG-8472 […]

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Peek and Poke, Vol. 3

Published Thursday April 22nd, 2010 | 20 Comments on Peek and Poke, Vol. 3
Posted in Qt, QtCreator

With the feature work on Qt Creator 2.0 slowing down in anticipation of the beta release there is a bit of time to update the Tale of Debugging. Executive Summary for the people not following the thread so far: Users of recent release of the GNU Project Debugger gdb can automate certain tasks using the […]

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Peek and Poke, Vol. 2

Published Tuesday December 15th, 2009 | 9 Comments on Peek and Poke, Vol. 2
Posted in Qt, QtCreator

NOTE: Some of the commands shown below have changed in more recent versions of Qt CreatorPlease check the Qt Creator documentation for details. Self-compiling gdb is rarely needed nowadays (2012). Remember the day when you were asked to remember the days when all the tools at hand looked like a Basic interpreter with 30 commands, […]

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With or Without Qt

Published Monday August 24th, 2009 | 19 Comments on With or Without Qt
Posted in Qt

I wanted to do a certain bit of benchmarking for quite a while – years actually – but triggered by one of those friendly discussions on the ##c++ channel on FreeNode I finally figured I should sit down and actually do it. I was expecting some interesting results, but the not at the scale that […]

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Peek and Poke

Published Monday June 22nd, 2009 | 14 Comments on Peek and Poke
Posted in Qt, QtCreator

Remember the days when all the tools at hand looked like a Basic interpreter with 30 commands, the most usable being PEEK, POKE and PRINT? Yes, that’s been a while… Nevertheless, a few months ago I found myself doing lots of “printf-style debugging” again. Even with some basic IDE support that nicely displays QString and […]

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