[Qt-creator] Qt Creator 2.6.0 released

Mohammad Mirzadeh mirzadeh at gmail.com
Fri Nov 9 18:37:47 CET 2012

> You mean system libraries? They have to be in your sysroot and on the
> device, obviously. Pretty much the same as for local compilation (where
> "sysroot" and "device" both correspond to your local root directory). If
> you are talking about libraries of your own, you'll have to deploy them
> as well.

How would I deploy external libraries? Do I need to add them to the

> Hard to say without further details. I'd guess you have no INSTALLS list
> in your project file. In case you only have an executable to deploy, the
> relevant snippet looks like this:
>      target.path = /usr/local/bin   # Or whatever.
>      INSTALLS += target

Cool. This worked. I can upload the file but I cannot run it. I get

bash: /home/tmp/binary_file: No such file or directory

Remote application finished with exit code 127.

I tried chmod +x on the file but it did not help.

>  Would be neat, eh? Though I'd assume the assumption that we are dealing
> with local files is all over the place, so that would definitely take
> quite some effort. We'd also have to support different back-ends for
> remote access (or at least have an interface that allows for that).
> I see.

> Don't you mean absolute files?

Yes and No! By relative I meant relative to a path defined in
an environment variable ... but that would really be absolute path when the
variable is expanded!

> Christian
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