[Android-development] Compiling Qt WebView, sources?
harri at mpaja.com
Mon Jan 5 22:32:07 CET 2015
On 05/01/2015 17:32, Christian Strømme wrote:
> On 05/01/15 17:18 , Harri Pasanen wrote:
>> On 05/01/2015 10:29, Eskil Abrahamsen Blomfeldt wrote:
>>> git clone <username>@codereview.qt-project.org:qt/qtwebview
>> Thanks, got it running.
>> Btw. is there some command line or config to integrate it to qt5 build?
>> What I did was just open the .pro with Qt Creator and compile it with
>> the Kit being my own Qt kit and then installed manually with:
>> cp -r
>> As my own Qt for Android is installed under ~/qt5.4_hp/
>> That works, but is probably less than optimal.
>> Android-development mailing list
>> Android-development at qt-project.org
> just run qmake and make in the qtwebview folder. If ~/qt5.4_hp contains
> your Qt build, something like this should be sufficient.
> qtwebview$> ~/qt5.4_hp/bin/qmake && make
Indeed, I did not realize it also sets the correct install directory,
So now I can build it, install it, and the demo runs. Time to start
shaking out bugs...
When I replace my old help system in my QML app based on Text with one
based on WebView, my app no longer gets past the splash screen. I see no
visible errors in the application output pane, and the WebView
containing qml at that point is just loaded, but not used. Any educated
If I postpone the loading by using a Loader, then my app starts.
When I try to open the help, this time I do get an error.
qrc:/qml/HelpPage.qml:21: TypeError: Property 'loadHtml' of object
QWebView(0x4bf5a5f0) is not a function
According to docs loadHtml() is a method, thus a function, so I'm not
sure what is going wrong. I'll continue tomorrow.
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