[Development] Configure command lines of official Qt releases

Simon Hausmann Simon.Hausmann at qt.io
Tue Jun 4 13:33:17 CEST 2019


Excellent yes. That was a recent addition to the installer framework, very useful for exactly that purpose.



Simon
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From: Markus Haberlander <markus.haberlander.sw at gmail.com>
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Subject: Re: [Development] Configure command lines of official Qt releases

Hi,

another place worth to mention:
There is a component "Logs" in the Qt installer for each Qt version, at least for newer releases like 5.9.8 or 5.12.x. When selecting this, you get a zip file with build and test logs for *all* prebuilt versions of Qt.

E.g. for the linux configure line of Qt 5.12.3 (forgive my Windows installation path ...) search for "configure" in the following file:
C:\Qt\5.12.3\Logs\All_buildlogs.7z\build_logs\qtbase_buildLogs\Linux-RHEL_7_4-GCC-Linux-RHEL_7_4-X86_64\log.txt.gz\log.txt

And not to forget, these files also log many details (like envirinment variables ...) of the build environment ...

Best regards
Markus


Am Di., 4. Juni 2019 um 10:44 Uhr schrieb Simon Hausmann <Simon.Hausmann at qt.io<mailto:Simon.Hausmann at qt.io>>:
Hi,

It's a little tricky, but you can reverse engineer it :)

The releases are spun from qt5.git. So if you take the 5.12.3 release, for example then using git tag -l you can see a v5.12.3 tag in the qt5.git repository.

A quick git show on that tag leads you to

    commit 8337e20fadddf7f9c3407f69e620f96d6c189685

, which is the last commit that went into the release (last submodule update).

If you search for that commit in Gerrit, you'll find

    https://codereview.qt-project.org/c/qt/qt5/+/258282

, the corresponding change. At the bottom of that page you'll find the report from the CI about the successful integration, which leads to

    https://testresults.qt.io/coin/integration/qt/qt5/tasks/1554952272 .

That page shows the builds of all modules, where the build of qtbase is relevant for what you're looking for. For the qtbase build you'll see a lot of configurations, but the ones that have the "Packaging" feature under "Coin Features" are the ones that will be used for the binary ... packages :)

If you peek into the build log then you'll see the entire configure line that was used to build the binaries in the CI, which are the same binaries that are packaged and distributed for release.


Simon
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Subject: [Development] Configure command lines of official Qt releases

Hi,

where can I find the configure command lines that have been used for Qt
binary releases provided at https://download.qt.io/official_releases/qt/ ?

Is there also more information available about the environment they have
been built on? I am particularly interested in the Linux release.

Thanks
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