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Hi,

today the developer platform team presents a new developer tool for Linux, Windows and Mac OS X called MADDE as a technical preview. The whole story you can read in this blog-post.

Be aware that this is a technical preview and not production quality yet.

We appreciate your feedback. Let us now what you think about it. File a bug, if you find one.

The documentation on how to use it you will find in the wiki.

Have some nice Christmas days,

Daniel
 

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I'll definitely give it a try. Thanks!
 
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Uhm.... I don't understand what can I use it for...
does it substitute Scratchbox? Do I have to install it inside Scratchbox? Or is it totally another kind of tool?

Thanks!
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I don't understand what can I use it for...
does it substitute Scratchbox? Do I have to install it inside Scratchbox?
The linked blog post includes:

Originally Posted by Maemo DP team blog
The idea is that with Madde you can compile your stuff on your own machine without scratchbox, thus taking away the pain of setting scratchbox up in the first place.
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Originally Posted by danielwilms View Post
Hi,

We appreciate your feedback. Let us now what you think about it. File a bug, if you find one.
1. Does it have a Local Client or does it require you have an actual n900 to do your testing / debugging. Looking a the wiki instructions it appears to require a n900 to do the testing/debugging.

2. If not, is a local n900 "emulator" going to be developed for Madde?

3. Is Madde basically SB compiled for other environments, or something else? (Downloading it as I type <G>)

Nathan.
 
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oooo i tried!!!!
Got to the bit which says
mad qmake
Erm, i can't figure out how to tell it to compile the one i just made in the above examples.
Using the windows software
But i'm assuming i need something like

mad qmanke ./home/name/qthello/qtprog.pro ?
Tis my guess anyway?!?!
 
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Maybe I'll file this later, but consider this a bug report. On my Macintosh, the qt_simple and simple templates seem to work fine, but the following fails:

mad pscreate -t lib_simple lsimple

cd lsimple

mad qmake

mad make


[successfully created liblsimple.so.1.0.0 inside the build directory]

mad dpkg-buildpackage

It creates the source/binary package, but it gives the following error when trying to create the debian package:

make[1]: *** No rule to make target `liblsimple.so.1.0.0', needed by `install'. Stop.

Also, there is no qt_lib_simple template in the environment I downloaded.
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Maybe I'll file this later, but consider this a bug report. On my Macintosh, the qt_simple and simple templates seem to work fine, but the following fails:

mad pscreate -t lib_simple lsimple

cd lsimple

mad qmake

mad make


[successfully created liblsimple.so.1.0.0 inside the build directory]

mad dpkg-buildpackage

It creates the source/binary package, but it gives the following error when trying to create the debian package:

make[1]: *** No rule to make target `liblsimple.so.1.0.0', needed by `install'. Stop.

Also, there is no qt_lib_simple template in the environment I downloaded.
Thanks! You fixed my problem though!
The example - http://wiki.maemo.org/MADDE/Qt_Example#Introduction
Is just missing one line

cd lsimple or cd Qthello

All works for me now!
 

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Originally Posted by noobmonkey View Post
Thanks! You fixed my problem though!
The example - http://wiki.maemo.org/MADDE/Qt_Example#Introduction
Is just missing one line

cd lsimple or cd Qthello

All works for me now!
No problem. I fixed the wiki. I hope it's qthello and not Qthello for all platforms.
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No problem. I fixed the wiki. I hope it's qthello and not Qthello for all platforms.
Lol just checked, yes it is - now all i need to do is figure out how to run my.deb file lol....
Copied it to the device, and can't find it in gpe file manager!!! Nothing is ever easy
 
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