07-13-2012 01:14 PM
can you help me to understand whot I did wrong:
1. built qt 4.8.2 under linux
2. setup qtdir to the built Qt
3. built qt-components
but when I deploy all the stuff and try to run my app, got:
plugin cannot be loaded for module "com.nokia.symbian": The plugin '/apps/org.demo.MoneyAssistant.testDev_eyAssistant
what is wrong?
07-18-2012 03:38 AM
I ported the symbian components along time ago and uploaded them HERE. IIRC I had to change one of the components files to enable full screen for pageview on the pb, I cant remember where I had to make the changes but I can figure it out again if anybody is having trouble...
I also compiled the Qt 4.8.2 libs in x86 and armv7le debug and release, they were posted HERE by Borceg.
With the latest 4.8.2 libs the scrolling in qml is smooth as can be for me (on pb), even on large detailed listviews. Also QDescktop services works out of the box for native email and browser access on my pb.
The original 4.8 libs that come with the bb Qt SDK should not be used, they are very buggy and way outdated!
To see all the bug fixes related to QNX/BB on the main Qt 4.8.2 branch look HERE
07-18-2012 04:53 AM
You mention that QdesktopServices works out of the box for your PB for native email and browser.
I tried that and is not working on my, this
"QDesktopServices::launchWebBrowser not implemented"
Can you confirm that opening url in native web browser works?
07-18-2012 04:11 PM - edited 07-18-2012 04:13 PM
I should have said that qml desktop services works. I have not tried it from c++ yet. I ASSumed it would work on the c++ side too....
Here is what's confirmed to work from qml to open the native browser:
07-19-2012 03:36 PM
Is that on a playbook or a bb10 sim that its lagging?
I have only released my apps for the playbook and have not done any in depth testing on the bb10 sim. They were very glitchy at first but once 4.8.1 came out they smoothed right out like silk on my pb... Perhaps its an issue with bb10 if that's what your testing with?
Perhaps logging a bug will get it some attention if that is the case. Or perhaps a new build with the latest bb10ndk released today will make a difference...
07-20-2012 07:40 AM
Sorry guys, I was away for a while... Of course the definition of "laggy" is a bit fuzzy, but for me the difference between the default BB10 Qt and a recent Qt 4.8.2 was huge. To me it's still not butter-smooth but somewhat ok.
If anyone is interessted I could upload my binaries of Qt and Symbian Components somewhere so you could check it out by yourself.