Qt Creator 2.3 beta released



  • Via "The Qt Labs Blog":http://labs.qt.nokia.com/2011/07/13/qt-creator-2-3-beta-released/

    This release adds lots of new features as well of a great amount of bug fixes, I’ll mention some prominent here (as always not complete, no specific ordering):

    • Example and tutorial browsing with descriptive texts, and filtering for examples matching a keyword
    • "Enhanced C++ coding style options":http://labs.qt.nokia.com/2011/05/26/new-indenter-settings/, with indent settings and alignment settings split up for the different use cases depending on element, including preview and separation between global and project specific settings
    • Support for deployment and running to a more general “remote linux” – just add your remote deploy and run configuration to your desktop target and define remote linux “device” settings (you have to set up your cross compile on your own though)
    • Support for compiling projects with the clang compiler
    • Code completion is now populated in a separate thread, no editor blocking any more
    • Profiling now has it’s own “Analyze” mode, added two more profiling options:
      ** "QML profiling":http://labs.qt.nokia.com/2011/04/07/qml-perfomance-monitor/
      ** Function profiling using valgrind’s cachegrind
    • Symbian got CODA support, allowing for deployment via WiFi
    • Various Qt Quick support enhancements besides the QML profiling:
      ** Support for models and delegates in the Qt Quick Designer – fully populated ListViews/GridViews and PathViews are now available from the item library
      ** Support for editing inline components and delegates
      ** Improved Live Preview (a.k.a. modifying QML while the app is running in the debugger)
      ** Added ‘Find usages’ functionality for QML types

    " Download from our pre-release page":http://labs.qt.nokia.com/2011/07/13/qt-creator-2-3-beta-released/



  • bq. Symbian got CODA support, allowing for deployment via WiFi

    I've been using CODA in QtCreator to test my Symbian apps wirelessly for a while now. It wasn't included in this release.
    But very nice release nonetheless :).


  • Moderators

    Nice work everyone! Thanks to all who contributed!



  • Yes, and i want more :-) So, what's functionality you guys want ?

    I‘d like to see method locate function in next version, which like Ctrl + O in Carbide C++. Press Ctrl + O, enter your method's name, and it will let you fly to your method.



  • [quote author="Chuck Gao" date="1310608541"]Yes, and i want more :-) So, what's functionality you guys want ?

    I‘d like to see method locate function in next version, which like Ctrl + O in Carbide C++. Press Ctrl + O, enter your method's name, and it will let you fly to your method.[/quote]

    Qt Creator already has that capability. Just type "m YourFunction" into the locator bar (Ctrl + K, as a shortcut).



  • Thank you loladiro



  • bq. Support for compiling projects with the clang compiler

    Yes! :D made my day


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