[SailfishDevel] Starting point for building packages

Artem Marchenko artem.marchenko at gmail.com
Thu Feb 27 22:16:38 UTC 2014

Hi Tobias

Have a look at https://github.com/amarchen/helloworld-pro-sailfish started
by yours truly, but has many contributions by now. Its readme contains
instructions for both Qt Creator and command line build.

And here you can find a bit of theory and diagrams on what's build how when
making packages -

Best regards,

On Thu, Feb 27, 2014 at 11:43 PM, <christopher.lamb at thurweb.ch> wrote:

> Sali Tobias
> The Sailfish SDK / Qt Creator does much of the hard work for you.
> Dependencies on other libraries are specified in the .yaml file. In the
> archives of this forum you will find many posts on this issue.
> I suggest you start with a default Sailfish project, then gradually move
> in code from you ownCloud app.
> mfg
> Chris
> Zitat von "Tobias Brunner" <tobias at tobru.ch>:
>  Hi,
>> I'm new to the SailfishOS SDK. I'd like to build the ownCloud client for
>> SailfishOS and create a RPM package for easy installation at the Jolla. The
>> documentation on how to build the ownCloud sync client is here:
>> http://doc.owncloud.org/desktop/1.5/building.html
>> But now I'm looking for a hint on how to build software for SailfisOS.
>> The SDK is up and running, and now? The howto's are all about how to create
>> a new software, but not about how to build and package an existing one.
>> I know how to build software on linux: ./configure; make; make install.
>> (And resolve needed dependencies). How can this three commands be mapped to
>> the SailfishOS world?
>> Thanks for any hints on getting started.
>> Cheers,
>> Tobias
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Artem Marchenko
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