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#11
Originally Posted by hqh View Post
What still seems to be missing are the mobility QML plugins (which are packaged in libdeclarative-* in the "original" version).
They seem to be there after all, maybe my problem is somewhere else...

Update: Qt seems to load some mobility stuff from the old libraries if both are installed. Will report more information next week if required
There is some path munching going on (apparently mobility does not honor the specified prefix and has no option of setting it manually), I'll try and work around it in the .pri file and/or get a patch from the mobility guys if it's a real bug.
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Upped a new version (libqtm-11 1.1.0-0fn~fremantle6) that fixes the problem of a few missing dependencies (i.e. this one has the maemo5 contacts/addressbook module, ICD and photography). Paths still kooky, but starting to look better.
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Originally Posted by attila77 View Post
Upped a new version (libqtm-11 1.1.0-0fn~fremantle6) that fixes the problem of a few missing dependencies (i.e. this one has the maemo5 contacts/addressbook module, ICD and photography). Paths still kooky, but starting to look better.
This version seems to have some trouble under /opt/qtm11/imports. The files under each import directory (like for example QtMultimediaKit) are in extra subdirectories preventing the import from loading.
 
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libqtm-11 1.1.0-0fn~fremantle7 should have proper(er) import paths. It's still a hack, tho, track http://bugreports.qt.nokia.com/browse/QTMOBILITY-949 if it still causes you pain.

For now, you might need to do something like viewer.engine()->addImportPath(QString("/opt/qtm11/imports"));
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A few more plugins added to the pack (libqtorganizer_maemo5.so, etc) in the latest update (...fremantle11).
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I'm also getting problems with include files being mixed if I have both qtm 1.0 and 1.2 installed.

Thanks for packaging these up mind you
 
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I'm also getting problems with include files being mixed if I have both qtm 1.0 and 1.2 installed.

Thanks for packaging these up mind you
Soo... what problems exactly are talking about here ? BTW this is the *1.1* thread
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Aha, I think I see the issue - but not sure if I can solve it easily - I cannot remove the original include path as that is also the base path for Qt includes. I could play with directory ordering in the includepath, but that's by no means a robust solution... for now I'd recommend to just avoid parallel installs of mobility headers.
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#19
Good news, everyone !

Qt Mobility 1.1.1 released

Posted by Minjung Shin on March 1, 2011 2 comments

We are happy to announce our Qt Mobility 1.1.1 release. This release is a maintenance release which includes a lot of bug fixes and improved QML bindings and performance especially for the Symbian platform. We have also enhanced the documentation and auto tests.

Qt Mobility 1.1.1 is also included in the Qt SDK 1.1 Beta release.

Packages are available from http://qt.nokia.com/products/qt-addons/mobility.

Here are some of the high priority bugs fixed in this release.

* Multimedia: Video graphics item causes a Symbian device to reboot
* Multimedia: QMediaPlayer does not play an MP4 file if header is after the encoded data block
* Multimedia: Memory leaks on Symbian
* System Information: Symbian devices crashes when 32 char long WLAN access point name is used
* Contacts: QML contacts model is not updated when a contact is deleted
* Organizer: Opening a file dialog in calendar demo cause crashes on Symbian devices
* Organizer: QML organizer item does not respect the detail changes
* Messaging: QMessageManager::updateMessage() crashes on Symbian
* Location: QLandmarkFetchRequest::waitForFinished() causes a crash on Symbian
* Service Framework: Memory leaks on Symbian
* Document Gallery: Mediabrowser displays 0 songs on Symbian
* And hundreds more bug fixes

As always, thank you for your feedback, bug reports and fixes so far and we look forward to hearing more from you.

* Qt Bug Tracker: http://bugreports.qt.nokia.com
* Code/Doc contributions: http://qt.gitorious.org
* Mailing list: http://lists.qt.nokia.com/mailman/li...ility-feedback
Also available from Extras-devel for Fremantle (with a few maemo-specific fixes like pulseaudio support) in a couple of minutes, woo !
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Originally Posted by attila77 View Post
Aha, I think I see the issue - but not sure if I can solve it easily - I cannot remove the original include path as that is also the base path for Qt includes. I could play with directory ordering in the includepath, but that's by no means a robust solution... for now I'd recommend to just avoid parallel installs of mobility headers.
The latest 1.1.1 (...fremantle6) packages should have this resolved, they should include & link properly even if you have the 1.0.2 -dev package (even with the Qt SDK), please check and report back.

EDIT: Sorry, ...fremantle6 I meant
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