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Compiling scribus with qt creator

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ah thanks! I thought qt creator defaulted to tabs!

Is that ok for those 2 patches ive done to be cleaned up manually by whoever import them?
Ive changed the setting so shouldnt be a problem in the future!

i've converted the spaces to tabs in a new patch.

since you're using git, for the future, you could try to learn about branches and making patches by using git diff among branches ...

a big advantage of this method is that you then have multiple versions of scribus installed (i have two), one with the master that you use for work and one with the patch you're currently working on and the other with the master for real work.

depending on how important a patch is for your current work, you can apply it to your master, but you will then have probably have merging issues when the patch is accepted upstream.

if you don't know much about how to work with git branches and want me to further explain how i do work with, just ask : - )


I cant get the debug build working in qt creator.
Do you have a guide on configuring the options to get the debug mode working?

I get the following error:

This does not seem to be a "Debug" build.
Setting breakpoints by file name and line number may fail.

Section .debug_info: Not found.
Section .debug_abbrev: Not found.
Section .debug_line: Not found.
Section .debug_str: Not found.
Section .debug_loc: Not found.
Section .debug_range: Not found.
Section .gdb_index: Not found.
Section Found.
Section .gnu.hash: Found.
Section .gnu_debuglink: Not found.

i get the same message...

i have to dig into this.
(normally, i only use the "designer" part of qt creator... and not even that often...)

Cool thanks! Let me know what you find.
I'd like to work on a few more patches, but I need the debugger for the one as its a bit more complicated.....


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