- Windows, Linux or macOS
- Qt5.4 or higher
Building for desktop
$ qmake $ make
QmlLive Bench can be started directly from build directory by executing
./bin/qmllivebench. Optionally it can be installed with
$ make install
Building for device
Note: Only needed when you want to have live reloading enabled on the target.
# using qmake from cross compiler toolchain $ qmake "CONFIG+=skip-bench skip-examples static-link-runtime" $ make
You need to cross-compile QmlLive and copy the
./bin/qmlliveruntime binary onto the target.
Optionally it can be packaged with the help of
$ make install INSTALL_ROOT=...
$ qmake CONFIG+=force_independent $ make docs
The documentation will be available at
Build options reference
The following values can be added to qmake
|skip-bench||Do not build QmlLive Bench|
|skip-examples||Do not build examples|
|skip-runtime||Do not build QmlLive Runtime|
|skip-tests||Do not build tests|
|static-link-runtime||Produce a single-binary QmlLive Runtime executable. Without this option enabled QmlLive Runtime executable requires the |
The following custom qmake variables are recognized:
|PREFIX||Installation prefix. Defaults to |
|EXAMPLES_PREFIX||Installation prefix for examples. Defaults to |
|QMLLIVE_VERSION_EXTRA||Distribution specific version description (spaces allowed).|
|QMLLIVE_REVISION||The VCS revision number.|
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