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Application Development with Qt Creator by Ray Rischpater

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Getting lost and found again – debugging

Qt Creator has a state-of-the-art GUI that hooks into either the GNU debugger GDB, or Microsoft's command-line debugger CDB, if you use Microsoft tools.

If you've installed Qt Creator on Mac OS or Linux, or the MinGW version of Qt Creator for Windows, you have everything you need to begin debugging your application. If you already had Microsoft Visual Studio installed and installed a version of Qt Creator that uses Microsoft's compiler, you need to also install the Microsoft command-line debugger to use Qt Creator's debugging features. Here's how to install the command-line debugger:

  1. Download the debugging tools for Windows, at either http://bit.ly/1dWoqi0 if you are using the 32-bit version of the compiler ...

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