I am trying to implement custom deploy module
In that module I have created a rule that consumes files tagged “deployable”
and produces files tagged “deployPackage”
Also I have a rule for some image pre-processing. It produces artifacts tagged
For workaround I added
I am still new to QBS. I am looking for a suggestion about how to write and
run a custom script by QBS.
Besides building the binary, developers may need additional custom scripts
for deployment, code analysis, starting a mock server for testing etc. This
kind of task may not have a file
That's probably a good idea. We need to get some docs pages that discuss
relevant topics specific to each of the platforms we support anyways. I think
Leena was working on a patch for that already...
> On Oct 18, 2017, at 1:36 PM, Daniel Engelke
Since I had the same issues. Can we do a quick update on the docs to
state that iOS and android deployment is still work in progress?
Otherwise I think these questions will keep repeating.
Because as it is, it's fairly hard to see that those core features are
missing (mostly since some
> On Oct 18, 2017, at 1:09 PM, Nuno Santos wrote:
> Ok. I will try.
> Are there plans to support iOS out of the box?
Without a doubt. We already support quite a few iOS features out of the box,
actually (like asset catalogs, storyboards, etc.). The major
Good afternoon, guys
Thank you for your responses. They gave me some food for thought.
Yesterday I spent half a day trying to substitute package qmake (from 64
bit to 32 bit). But I did not achieve much success.
In addition to the problems with creating Qt-profile in QtCreator for
Ok. I will try.
Are there plans to support iOS out of the box?
What about? Android is it supported already? Because I have been faced with the
same problem as iOS.
My goals is adapt myself to qbs and porting it slowly so when it gets fully
support I’m ready to jump on it.
There is stills
Qbs does work for iOS but it currently doesn't support some key features like
bundle embedding, so for the time being you'll still need to use something like
macdeployqt. You can't use macdeployqt itself because that only supports macOS
and not iOS.
But if you have a statically linked Qt, Qbs
Thanks for you reply.
But qbs works for iOS? Can I write it hand? Is there any template around?
Or is it a no go?
> On 18 Oct 2017, at 08:38, Christian Kandeler wrote:
> On Wed, 18 Oct 2017 00:22:04 +0100
> Nuno Santos
On Wed, 18 Oct 2017 00:22:04 +0100
Nuno Santos wrote:
> I have created a iOS quick app template using qbs as build tool, however when
> I try to launch it on a device, it asks me for the executable.
Qt Creator's iOS support is qmake-only at the moment:
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