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Re: Debugging Kicad, can this be done with Qt creator?
I wish there was a setup environment already that I could just download and
I used to code with Qt but now setting up projects, much less with
Makefiles is like learning bash all over again.
On Wed, Dec 19, 2018 at 12:55 AM Mário Luzeiro <mrluzeiro@xxxxx> wrote:
> I used Qt Creator to develop for KiCad.
> You just need to create a project that builds with a Makefile (not a QT
> project but a Makefile project), you can have multiple build targets (
> Release, Debug ) then you can debug the Debug exec. You can set the target
> executable and exec path to debug (eg: kicad, pcbnew, etc)
> Tip: remember to add -jx (where x is your CPU number) to the makefile
> extra arguments.
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> Subject: [Kicad-developers] Debugging Kicad, can this be done with Qt
> Hi All,
> I would like to set breakpoints in the Kicad source, and then run a
> graphical debugger. I know how to set this up with Qt projects in Qt
> creator. What's your method? Is qt a workable solution, or should I use
> ecipse? I'm on Windows 7, with msys2
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