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QtCreator debug helpers for STL not accessible on win7
terenty last edited by
I'm using Qt5.2 with mingw 4.8 on win7.
Debugger helpers for STL containers didn't work for me out the box. It was showing me "not accesible" on every STL container I tried to look into. Qt containers & types were shown correctly and I checked python installation was ok.
Later just by accident I managed to solve the problem by commenting out everything in gdbinit file (Qt5.2.0\Tools\mingw48_32\etc). I have no idea if it is a bug. Has anyone expereinced the same and should it be reported ?
dmarinescu last edited by
under linux is the same, if you still get <not accessible> make sure that both debugger options [Load .gdbinit file on startup] and [Load system GDB pretty printers] are disabled.
deusinvictus last edited by
I was having a similar problem when I upgraded to Qt Creator 3.0 (Windows 7), but I was unable to view the contents of various Qt Classes. I didn't spend a lot of time looking into the problem since it was a low priority and went back to using Qt Creator 2.7. I just tried Terenty's recommendation and commented out everything in gdbinit, and I need to do more testing but it looks like that may have worked.
arthurd last edited by
Disabling the debugger options as suggested by dmarinescu fixed it for me on both Linux and Mac.
I consider this a bug and I'll check if there is already a bug report.
Edit: According to bug report QTCREATORBUG-11290 this should be fixed in qtcreator 3.1.0.