Priority: Not Evaluated
Resolution: Out of scope
Affects Version/s: Qt Creator 3.1.2
Fix Version/s: None
Environment:OS X 10.9.4, Qt 5.3.1 from the SDK. XCode 5.1.1 with latest tools update installed.
Apparently, the support for the GDB provided by Apple has been dropped in 3.1.
Still, the default kits on Mac OS X use it. All kits shall be changed to lldb. Otherwise, debugging on Mac OS X is not possible without a help from a search engine......
Might be related to
======== This is how the problem first appears to a user ===========
I went back to the Qt (5.3.1 form the SDK) on Mac to test a desktop app and had to realize that the debugger (gdb by default in the kit for OS X clang 64) does not start telling that python is an unknown command.
I just discovered this discussion on 100% the same matter:
and retested the suggested workaround. lldb works as mentioned in my case as well. Just to be sure, I cleaned my env and removed Mac ports and other instances of python from the PATH, but the problem remained.
This is my env: