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I have a Quickly project. But now I want it to be independent from Quickly.

How can I do it? How can I run it without typing 'quickly run'?

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Thanks DoR for editing :-) – Lolitha Ratnayake Aug 12 '13 at 17:59

To run your application standalone, you can build a package. The Quickly wiki page describes how to build packages and also how to distribute them to users:

How to play with package and release:

optional, but recommended to build first your package locally

$ quickly package

BE WARNED: the two following commands will connect to Launchpad. You need to have a Launchpad account and a PPA already created.

For quickly release, you also need a project on Launchpad to which you can bind your work, as well as keys set up:

$ quickly release


$ quickly share

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Nope I want to remove Quickly from development phase and change it to something else. – Lolitha Ratnayake Aug 20 '13 at 19:54

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