[QBS] Qbs Roadmap
Pau Garcia i Quiles
pgquiles at elpauer.org
Sat Jun 1 12:01:54 CEST 2013
If you are into qbs already, you are probably not interested but anyway:
CMake does everything you want. E. g. you can use the source_group command
to group into folders in Visual Studio, it does run CMake automatically
when any project file (CMakeLists.txt) has been changed and reloads the
projects if there are changes, etc
On Sat, Jun 1, 2013 at 11:46 AM, Jochen Becher <jochen_becher at gmx.de> wrote:
> Am Freitag, den 31.05.2013, 17:39 +0200 schrieb Joerg Bornemann:
> > On 31/05/2013 14:29, Jochen Becher wrote:
> > > in my company we are currently trying to switch from Visual Studio with
> > > Qt plugin to QtCreator. We were running into some conceptional problems
> > > with qmake so we are currently looking into Qbs as an alternative.
> > Just out of curiosity, could you tell us what these conceptional
> > problems are in detail?
> 1. qmake / jom is much slower than Visual Studio build
> 2. Integration of Incredibuild with qmake is much slower than Visual
> Studio (each (library) linkage serializes the build process and we have
> about 90 libraries/executables in our largest solution so it gets
> unacceptable slow)
> 3. jom (and nmake) do not reload the make files after it has been
> changed by an embedded qmake run. One has to start qmake manually after
> each change in any .pro file.
> 4. No virtual folder for projects or source files are possible with
> qmake (we fixed that partly with a patch to QtCreator and some
> extra .pro files we introduced which do something similar to virtual
> solution folders in Visual Studio)
> > > We understand that Qbs' integration into QtCreator is still not ready
> > > for daily use (e.g. because of issue QBS-19 and others) so I would like
> > > to know if there is any detailed roadmap of Qbs for the next months.
> > QBS-19 (add possibility to add files to qbs projects in Qt Creator) is
> > just about adding files via right-mouse click and a context menu. You
> > can add files by directly editing the project file of course.
> Of course. But we cannot expect our developers to prefer QtCreator over
> Visual Studio if wizards do not work as usual. We have built our own
> QtCreator wizards adopted to our developer environment (the new wizards
> do a lot more than the standard ones). We need the possibility to add
> projects, products, groups and files in a flexible way before we can
> switch to qbs.
> > The roadmap can be viewed in JIRA. It is reachable via the main project
> > page https://bugreports.qt-project.org/browse/QBS
> > There are the planned future versions visible. Every accepted issue got
> > a version assigned to it that indicates when they are supposed to be
> Thank you, I will look into this.
> Best Regards, Jochen
> > BR,
> > Joerg
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Pau Garcia i Quiles
(Due to my workload, I may need 10 days to answer)
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