- Windows, Linux or macOS
- Qt5.4 or higher
$ qmake $ make
To start QML Live Bench directly from the build directory, run
./bin/qmllivebench. Optionally, you can also install QML Live Bench with the following command:
$ make install
If you want to have live reloading enabled on the target device, use the following command:
# using qmake from cross compiler toolchain $ qmake "CONFIG+=skip-bench skip-examples static-link-runtime" $ make
You need to cross-compile QML Live and copy the
./bin/qmlliveruntime binary onto the target.
Optionally, you can package QML Live with the following command:
$ make install INSTALL_ROOT=...
$ qmake CONFIG+=force_independent $ make docs
The documentation is available at:
The following options can be added to the qmake
|Do not build QML Live Bench
|Do not build examples
|Do not build QML Live Runtime
|Do not build tests
|Produce a single QML Live Runtime executable binary. If this option is disabled, QML Live Runtime executable requires that the
libqmllive dynamic library to be copied to the target.
The following custom qmake variables are recognized:
|Installation prefix; defaults to
|Installation prefix for examples; defaults to
|Distribution specific version description; white spaces are allowed.
|The VCS revision number.
QCoreApplication::organizationName, which is used to determine application-specific
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