[Qt-creator] Kit-Device relation
c.navarrogarcia at gmail.com
Tue Nov 13 15:14:08 CET 2012
I agree with you, in my company we use qtCreator to debug networked
linux devices and usually there are several protoypes of the same
They all share the same cross-compiling settings, that is: gdb, gcc,
sysroot etc, but of course they have different IP's.
It would be better if when you declare a linux-device you tell the kit
to work with it, rather that setting the IP in the kit.
The current approach forces to clone the whole kit to have several
devices sharing the same crosscompiling settings, Am I wrong?
On Mon, Nov 12, 2012 at 10:17 AM, Orgad Shaneh <orgads at gmail.com> wrote:
> Kits are currently associated with a specific device. That implies a
> device-kit 1-n relationship (a single device relates to n kits).
> This looks wrong. In case the user has several identical devices, why would
> he need to configure build configuration for each of them?
> IMHO kits should only have device type. The device should be taken out of
> kit configuration, and be re-added in run configuration and in debugger
> dialogs (filtering devices by the kit's device type).
> Other opinions?
> - Orgad
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