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Do you really need to statically link to all of Qt5? I would imagine that most modern Linuxes already have it in their repositories. It may just be that all you need to do is include Ubuntu.Components in your binary. If I were doing this, I'd just copy the Ubuntu.Components source into my project directory, as if it were another module. I've never ...
First, you need to make your system partition writable by doing 1: touch /userdata/.writable_image and rebooting your phone/tablet. Be aware that you cannot install over-the-air (OTA) updates after doing this. Then you need to install gdb: apt-get install gdb Finally, when launching the app from Qt Creator like shown here, instead of pressing the "Run" ...
I usually see that error as well. However it is just a warning and if you have the kits configured as explained at developer.ubuntu.com then your app should run on the Nexus 4 without any issue.
Not an answer, but I can't comment yet. Can you share any more code? Curious as to why there are so many focus changes. What image are you using on your Nex7?
I am using Gnome3 as my window manager, so not aware about awesome. But this workaround worked for me sudo apt-get remove appmenu-qt5 Souce : Link to bug report with work around Do let me know if this works for you.
A convenient way for developers to do app testing is by starting them through adb. To make that convenient we are providing a cli tool, called ubuntu-app-launch. So create a remote connection with phablet-shell and start your applications using their desktop filename: ubuntu-app-launch com.ubuntu.calculator_calculator_1.3.316 ubuntu-app-launch ...
You can also install the LogViewer app from the store to see the logs with a graphical interface. The application provides the following features, Graphical interface for viewing logs Exporting logs to pastebin
Logs for your application can be found in the ~/.cache/upstart/ folder on your device. I'd recommend to open/cat them using a remote connection (with phablet-shell)
I have seen this problem and for me cleaning up the QtCreator's local config solved the problem: $ rm ~/.config/QtProject/qtcreator -r
I believe this line indicates what the error is: g++ version must be 4.9! And I guess the reason is because your click chroot (the place where the code is built) is not up-to-date and contains an older version of g++. To update your chroot: In Qt Creator, go to the Tools > Options menu option In the Options dialog, select the Ubuntu tab Then click on ...
The ubuntu UI Toolkit has no dedicated treeview component, neither the upstream QtQuick controls have. But here are few interesting writing about the topic: http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/632795/QML-TreeModel-and-TreeView http://qt-project.org/forums/viewthread/30521
After having a chat with designers and SDK developers, it seems that the plan moving forward is to deprecate OptionSelector, and in general embedding UbuntuShapes in controls. I understand that there is no particular reason for having both components, as they have overlapping functionality. So the recommendation is to use ItemSelector for now.
See Is it possible to use Python with the Ubuntu SDK? I don't think that the current status is different: pyqt might not be the best choice in terms of licensing commercial applications And taken from the ubuntu-phone mailing list archive: While PyOtherSide may work, it's not a supported language or platform for the Ubuntu SDK, so we can't ...
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