[Interest] Fwd: Qt 5.3 OSX: Debugging failed
Till Oliver Knoll
till.oliver.knoll at gmail.com
Fri Aug 1 13:37:36 CEST 2014
Thanks for your reply that I'll happily share with qt-interest :)
Apart Qt 5.3.1 also fixed the issue, so debugging with Qt 5.3/Qt Creator works "out of the box" again.
On another note: installing the "command line tools" from within Xcode (via Settings -> Downloads or so) is definitively /not/ required anymore, as with earlier Qt installers: Qt will find all the necessary compilers, linkers and debuggers in /Applications/Xcode/... just fine.
So starting to develop with Qt on OS X has become a "two-click (downloads) experience" :)
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> Von: Brice Martin <brice.martin at gmail.com>
> Datum: 1. August 2014 10:20:46 MESZ
> An: till.oliver.knoll at gmail.com
> Betreff: [Interest] Qt 5.3 OSX: Debugging failed
> Hello there,
> I found your message on mail-archive, posted in june, about the fact you can't debug your app with Qt Creator on OS X.
> I had the same problem. I manage to find a way to solve it: you have to setup your project to use LLDB instead of GDB:
> Open Qt Creator preferences and go to the Kits tab of the Compiler entry
> Clone the default desktop kit
> Select the new kit, select "LLDB..." in the debug combo list, and then click on "User as default"
> Click OK
> Go the the "Project" perspective (using the left toolbar)
> On top of the view, there is some kind of a black tab with "Desktop QT..." written, over it with the mouse, click on the arrow, and select "Change kit..." and select the clone you edited earlier
> Cmd+Y to debug, it should work
> Hope this help.
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