[Qbs] Is it possible to include Qt libraries in InstallPackage output archive?
denis.shienkov at gmail.com
Tue Dec 5 16:47:05 CET 2017
You can take the 'hack' from the qbs sources, where are used a custom
rule with windeployqt utility.
e.g. look on qbs\src\packages\archive\archive.qbs.
You can try to expand it himself to using of macdeployqt && lindeployqt
05.12.2017 16:54, Federico Frenguelli пишет:
> Thanks Jake,
> I'll take a look to the code you linked!
> I'm glad to hear that this feature is under development.
> On 5 December 2017 at 10:18, Jake Petroules <Jake.Petroules at qt.io
> <mailto:Jake.Petroules at qt.io>> wrote:
> Deployment of third party libraries is still under development.
> There are some workarounds you can use for now, though. See here
> for inspiration:
> > On Dec 5, 2017, at 12:51 AM, Federico Frenguelli
> <synasius at gmail.com <mailto:synasius at gmail.com>> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I have a big application that I recently ported to QBS.
> > I have a tons of legacy bash scripts that produce a .tar.gz
> archive which includes the Qt dynamic libraries (like
> libQtCore5Core.so.5 etc..) so that our users can just unpack and
> run the app.
> > Is it possible to achieve the same in QBS using the
> InstallPackage item (docs:
> > Are there other ways to do that?
> > --
> > Federico Frenguelli
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