Qbs has built-in support for building applications for all major platforms. Platform support is implemented as a set of modules that products depend on. The following topics describe the features specific to a particular platform, point out things to look out for, and provide tips for fully benefiting from the Qbs functions.
In addition to the platforms explicitly listed below, Qbs should generally work on other UNIX and Unix-like platforms but these are not regularly tested or officially supported.
Qbs recognizes the existence of at least AIX, HP-UX, Solaris, FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, GNU Hurd, and Haiku, but provides no explicit support (except some minimal support for FreeBSD).
For instructions on how to setup the target platform, see the qbs.targetPlatform property.
Platform notes for Android.
Platform notes for INTEGRITY.
Platform notes for Linux.
Platform notes for QNX.
Platform notes for VxWorks.
Platform notes for Windows.
Platform notes for iOS.
Platform notes for macOS.
Platform notes for tvOS.
Platform notes for watchOS.
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