[SailfishDevel] SDK version 1701 (2.1.0) is released to Early Access

Michael Neufing michael at neufing.org
Fri Feb 10 21:22:16 UTC 2017

Hi Martin,

thank you for the reply.
I pasted the debugger log to pastebin [1].

When I build the project from the sources with Qt 5.8.0 
(MSVC2015_64bit), the project can be started without any problems.


[1] http://pastebin.com/aqH2Nzw7

Am 10.02.2017 07:59, schrieb Martin Kampas:
> Hi Michael,
> Could you please follow these steps to provide more information?
> 1. Launch a vanilla Qt Creator, NOT the one comming with Sailfish OS 
> 2. Go to menu Debug > Start Debugging > Start and debug external 
> application...
> 3. Browse for C:\SailfishOS\bin\qmllivebench.exe and start it
> 4. Go back to Qt Creator
> 5. Go to menu Window > Views and enable Debugger log
> 6. Right click in Backtrace view and choose Create full backtrace
> 7. Right click in Debugger log view and choose Save contents - paste
> the resulting file
> It would be also nice if you try to build & run QmlLive Bench from
> here https://github.com/sailfish-sdk/qmllive
> BR,
> Martin
> ________________________________________
> From: Devel [devel-bounces at lists.sailfishos.org] on behalf of Michael
> Neufing [michael at neufing.org]
> Sent: Thursday, February 09, 2017 6:44 PM
> To: devel at lists.sailfishos.org
> Subject: Re: [SailfishDevel] SDK version 1701 (2.1.0) is released to
> Early Access
> Hi,
> nice update!
> Unfortunately I am not able to test the new QML live coding, as the
> qmllivebench.exe crashes directly after the window appears
> ("qmllivebench.exe has stopped working").
> I am on a Windows 10 machine (insider preview).
> I tried to run it as Administrator and even though CMD in the hope to
> get some useful output there... But nothing...
> Can you help me with this problem?
> Thanks!
> Michael
> Am 09.02.2017 14:08, schrieb Jarkko Lehtoranta:
>> Hello,
>> Today (Feb 9th) at 13:00 UTC we have published new installers and
>> repositories of the Sailfish OS SDK. This SDK release is called 1701
>> and it matches Jolla Release 2.1.0.
>> Please, read the following notes about the Early Access SDK:
>> - By using the Early Access SDK developers can test their Sailfish OS
>> apps a week before the Sailfish OS release is made public
>> - During the early access time the Early Access SDK should not be used
>> for submitting apps to the Jolla Harbour
>> - The installers for this release of the SDK are available at
>> http://sailfishos.org/wiki/Application_SDK_Early_Access#Latest_Early_Access_SDK_Release
>> - Instructions for adding the early access repository into the SDK can
>> be found from
>> http://sailfishos.org/wiki/Application_SDK_Early_Access#Receiving_Early_Access_SDK_Updates_Automatically
>> If you add the early access repository into your SDK and have an older
>> beta release of the SDK, you should see an update notification in the
>> Sailfish OS IDE. Otherwise, you will see an update notification in the
>> Sailfish OS IDE, when the Jolla Release 2.1.0 is publicly available to
>> all users.
>> SDK content matches Jolla Release (Iijoki). Please see below
>> for detailed information of the changes.
>> A couple of things you should be aware of:
>> - As before, in this update the build engine, emulator and targets are
>> reinstalled so you will lose all changes you may have made in those -
>> However, if your application packaging is done correctly, rebuilding
>> your projects should reinstall the packages you have been using.
>> - Any customization done to SDK (adding new package repositories,
>> adding custom targets, additional source paths) will be removed during
>> the installation process so make your own backup of those before
>> starting the update.
>> - If you import existing projects made with a previous version of the
>> Sailfish OS SDK, make sure to select the correct kit in the project
>> configuration step. Both ARM and i486 kits are available.
>> - Package repository contents have been updated and consequently using
>> a previous SDK version with these package repositories is not
>> supported.
>> - For more information, please see the Application SDK known issues
>> list at https://sailfishos.org/wiki/Application_SDK_Known_Issues.
>> Release Content
>> SDK IDE (Qt Creator, Qt QmlLive)
>> - Refreshed API documentation available in the Help mode (Ctrl+7) in
>> Qt Creator to Jolla release level
>> - Initial release of QML live coding support with Qt QmlLive. Check
>> out the tutorial at
>> https://sailfishos.org/wiki/Tutorial_-_QML_Live_Coding_With_Qt_QmlLive
>> SDK Build engine
>> - Build targets refreshed to Jolla release level
>> - Harbour RPM validator updated
>>    * Qt 5.6 module imports allowed
>>    * Relaxed app internal QML module naming rules. All module names
>> are now allowed inside an app, except the ones used by the operating
>> system.
>> Emulator
>> - Emulator packages refreshed to Jolla release level
>> If you have any questions, feel free to either send an email to this
>> mailing list: devel at lists.sailfishos.org, write it up in
>> http://together.jolla.com and tag your issue with 'sdk' or send an
>> e-mail to developer-care at jolla.com.
>> Happy hacking,
>> Jolla SDK Team
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