[Qt-creator] using debugging helpers.
Witold E Wolski
wewolski at gmail.com
Mon Nov 19 17:06:06 CET 2012
Hi Andre and Tilman.
Installing Qt Creator 4.6 solved the problem.
Thank you very much for you help.
On 19 November 2012 15:47, Poenitz Andre <Andre.Poenitz at digia.com> wrote:
> Witold E Wolski wrote:
> > I am running a fairly new Ubuntu linux version with Qt crator installed
> > deb package (version Qt Creator 2.4.1)
> > I would like to inspect stl container objects in the debug view i.e.
> > http://doc.qt.digia.com/qtcreator-2.3/creator-debugging-helpers.html
> > reading this it seams that on a new linux distro this should work out of
> > box. But in my case it does not.
> > The only thing I see is a message: <unavailable synchronous data>
> > What is the problem I am running into. Help would be greatly
> Seeing the debugger log (contents of right pane of Windows -> Views ->
> Debugger log) is often helpful in such cases.
> My current suspicion is that your compiler is gcc >= 4.6 which seemingly
> changed object layout for std::map. There is a patch from March making
> the Qt Creator dumpers work with both versions. That was post-2.4, though.
> If that's the problem, using a recent version of Qt Creator (2.6 was just
> released, but 2.5.x has that fix, too) should work.
> If it doesn't, it's a different issue, and I'd really need to see the full
> debugger log and the definition of the type you want to display inside
> the map (just member variables are ok, I don't need functions etc).
> Private mail is ok in that case.
> Best regards,
Witold Eryk Wolski
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