[SailfishDevel] SDK again, again...

szopin at gmail.com szopin at gmail.com
Mon Nov 18 13:03:07 UTC 2019


Well the known issues page for SDK states:

The installer does not handle all error conditions.

But good to know openssl is not the culprit.

On Monday, 18 November 2019, Martin Kampas wrote:
> Hi Thomas,
> 
> The error messages in the tool tip shown when the *-armv7hl kit is hovered tell you the 
> device selected in kit configuration is architecture incompatible with the kit. The kit 
> supports armv7hl devices while the device (Sailfish OS Emulator) is an x86 device. You can 
> still use the kit to build RPM packages for the armv7hl architecture, you will just not be 
> able to run those directly from Qt Creator. For that you need to provide a hardware device 
> with that architecture and configure the kit to use that instead of the emulator. Use the *-
> i486 kit if you want to run your software under the Sailfish OS Emulator.
> 
> The installation log currently contains information that is mostly useful to someone with 
> knowledge of SDK installer internals. An error message appearing there is not necessary 
> meaning something wrong. The installer would complain verbosely if an installation error 
> really occurred.
> 
> The SSL-related errors are not likely to affect SDK functions regularly involved in Sailfish 
> OS application development.
> 
> BR,
> Martin
>

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