OverviewFelgo 2 Support (Qt 5) › Can't debug in qtcreator

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    I am trying myself in developing a game. So I want to learn by customizing your OneCard demo.I think the following message I get during starting my game means that I cant debug:

    11:32:58: Debugging starts

    QML debugging is enabled. Only use this in a safe environment.

    QML Debugger: Waiting for connection on port 41857…

    NOTE: you are running a development build in Release Mode.

    Iam using Ubuntu 19.10 and used your 64bit installer. I tried de-activating shadow build but no change.

    My effective qmake call:

    /home/peta/Felgo/Felgo/gcc_64/bin/qmake /home/peta/OneCard/ -spec linux-g++ CONFIG+=debug CONFIG+=qml_debug && /usr/bin/make qmake_all



    I think you may need to configure your  project to restore the debug, if the project is configured to production.

    check the steps to set a project on production and backtrace, the key files are: ,  main.cpp, and config.json



    I had to delete the makefile. Thought that qtcreator’s “clean” option would do something like that but didn’t. Issue solved

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