|Re: QT and CDT [message #641568 is a reply to message #641509]
||Fri, 26 November 2010 07:03
| Axel Mueller
Registered: July 2009
|Daniel wrote on Thu, 25 November 2010 19:05|
Propably it is not anymore usefull for you, but what i do to get it work is the following:
first i add the path that vaias said before:
"In Project Peoperties -> C/C++ Include Paths & Symbols press Add
Preprocessor Symbol button and type in signals=/*signals*/. Repeat the
same with slots "
And then i add
as well as the declaration of the slot: (for example)
on the ui_AddressBook.h
finally the code for the on_Ok_clicked() on the AddresBook.cpp.
I hope it is gonna help someone....
It is not necessary to add the defines manually. You should add the include path for Qt in Project Peoperties -> C/C++ General->Include Paths & Symbols->Includes (C++). Eclipse will then find the correct headers and can resolve the symbols.
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