Date: Tue, 19 Jul 2011 02:31:14 +0300 From: Shinnok <admin@...nnok.com> To: john-dev@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Using the Qt Creator IDE for JtR development Hi john-dev, Inspired by the fact that there is already a Wiki page on openwall.info on how to use JtR with an IDE, more specific Netbeans (http://openwall.info/wiki/john/development#Setting-up-JtR-in-an-IDE), here's a post on my blog on how to use Qt Creator for native Linux development with Nmap given as an example: http://shinnok.com/rants/2011/07/18/using-the-qt-creator-ide-with-non-qt-projects/ And bonus, Linux Man Pages integration with Qt Creator: http://shinnok.com/rants/2011/07/19/linux-man-pages-integration-with-qt-creator/ Adapting the configuration steps from Nmap to JtR is pretty straightforward, by omitting the configure in this step: http://cdn.shinnok.com/rants/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/qt-creator-step-4.png And using the respective jtr makefile SYSTEM argument for the "Make arguments" text box, for e.g. this works fine for me: linux-x86-mmx -j4 Screens: http://trunk.shinnok.com/qt-creator-jtr-1.png http://trunk.shinnok.com/qt-creator-jtr-2.png http://trunk.shinnok.com/qt-creator-jtr-3.png http://trunk.shinnok.com/qt-creator-jtr-4.png Hopefully, this will be useful for someone, even though John doesn't use that many api's or has that big of a code base to require the need of an IDE. Regards, Shinnok
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