[Interest] android deployment is painfully slow (Windows 10, Qt Creator 4.8.2)

Nuno Santos nunosantos at imaginando.pt
Fri Mar 29 09:54:33 CET 2019


Alexander,

Indeed! I feel your pain too.

I believe there should be an effort of caching the packaging in order to make it faster.

Android ends to be left to the end because it slows down the development process a lot.

Qt team. Is there anything you could do?

Thx,

Regards,

--
Nuno Santos

No dia 29/03/2019, às 08:13, Alexander Ivash <elderorb at gmail.com> escreveu:

> ...ooops, previous email got truncated, not sure why
> 
> Maybe there is something wrong with my environment, not sure, but it
> takes several minutes to even start debugging! In android studio it
> happens much much faster...
> 
> Is there any tricks to speedup this process (besides dropping Windows
> as development platform, because it is not that bad on linux)? If I'm
> not mistaken in the past there were options allowing to upload qt
> libraries once but I don't see anything like this anymore besides 'Use
> Ministro service to install Qt' (which I checked - but it broke the
> build).
> 
> Is there any way to avoid re-packaging apk on debugging ? Currently
> QtCreator seems to be doing something unnecessary every time I press
> 'debug' even if no changes happened between two debug sessions.
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