QtQuick nymea client application
Required packages: It is recommended to install a complete Qt installation. Minimum required Qt Version 5.7.0.
No extra modules are required for a basic desktop build.
After cloning the repository, run
$ git submodule init $ git submodule update
To build a binary run
$ mkdir builddir $ cd builddir $ qmake path/to/source/dir $ make
nymea-app.pro in QtCreator and click the "Play" button.
Optional configuration flags to be passed to qmake:
Enables building the testrunner target
As Qt can't bundle a build of openssl for android, you need to place a copy to
There is an additional make target named "wininstaller" available. You need to have windeployqt and binarycreator (from Qt Install Framework 3.0) in your system's Path.
Running the tests
Custom styles and branding:
Overriding styles available in the app
nymea-app can be built with custom styles by passing STYLES_PATH to qmake. Example: $ qmake STYLES_PATH=/home/user/my-styles/
The path must point to a directory containing the following file structure:
styles.qrc should be a Qt qrc file listing all the files inside styles/ providing an logo.svg is the minimum required for a style. In addition to that, any QtQuick.Controls 2 component can be override. See the styles/ directory in this repository fo examples.
In addition to overriding the available app styles, the app can be branded. That means, the style selection will be hidden and the app is locked down to the style given by the BRANDING argument passed to qmake.
Example locking down the app to the "dark" style: $ qmake BRANDING=dark
Brandings will also affect the installer packages. If you use branding in combination with style overrides, you also need to provide a installer package in packages/_ in your styles directory. See the packaging directory in this repository for examples for isntaller packages.
Example: $ qmake STYLES_PATH="C:\path\to\my\styles" BRANDING=mycoolstyle
This would the following minimum files in C:\path\to\my\styles\ :