Provides Qt support for the Android platform. More...
- deploymentDependencies : stringList
- extraLibs : stringList
- extraPlugins : stringList
- qmlImportPaths : stringList
- qmlRootDir : string
- verboseAndroidDeployQt : bool
Qt.android_support module provides the glue for Qbs' Qt and Android support. It is automatically pulled in by
Qt.core, so you do not need to add an explicit dependency to it in your product, unless you want to set one of its properties.
deploymentDependencies : stringList
Use this property to completely override the Qt deployment dependencies of your app. Corresponds to qmake's ANDROID_DEPLOYMENT_DEPENDENCIES.
extraLibs : stringList
Additional libs to be packaged and loaded on start-up (mind the order). Corresponds to qmake's ANDROID_EXTRA_LIBS.
extraPlugins : stringList
Additional non-asset files to be packaged. Corresponds to qmake's ANDROID_EXTRA_PLUGINS.
[since 1.22] qmlImportPaths : stringList
Additional directories to search for QML imports.
This property was introduced in Qt 1.22.
qmlRootDir : string
The root directory of the product's QML files. This information is passed to the
androiddeployqt tool, which will use it to decide which resources to include in the APK file.
verboseAndroidDeployQt : bool
Enable this property if you want verbose output from the
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