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Liri Browser

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A cross-platform Material Design web browser.


Qt >= 5.10.0 with at least the following modules is required:

The following modules and their dependencies are required:


We use the Qbs build system.

If you want to learn more, please read the Qbs manual, especially the setup guide and how to install artifacts from the installation guide.

If you haven't already, start by setting up a qt5 profile for qbs:

qbs setup-toolchains --type gcc /usr/bin/g++ gcc
qbs setup-qt $(which qmake) qt5 # make sure that qmake is in PATH
qbs config profiles.qt5.baseProfile gcc

Then, from the root of the repository, run:

qbs -d build -j $(nproc) profile:qt5 # use sudo if necessary

To the qbs call above you can append additional configuration parameters:

  • modules.lirideployment.prefix:/path/to/prefix where most files are installed (default: /usr/local)
  • modules.lirideployment.dataDir:path/to/lib where data files are installed (default: /usr/local/share)
  • modules.lirideployment.libDir:path/to/lib where libraries are installed (default: /usr/local/lib)
  • modules.lirideployment.qmlDir:path/to/qml where QML plugins are installed (default: /usr/local/lib/qml)
  • modules.lirideployment.pluginsDir:path/to/plugins where Qt plugins are installed (default: /usr/local/lib/plugins)
  • modules.lirideployment.qbsModulesDir:path/to/qbs where Qbs modules are installed (default: /usr/local/share/qbs/modules)

See lirideployment.qbs for more deployment-related parameters.

You can also append the following options to the last line:

  • project.withFluid:true: use git submodule for Fluid


Find more information in the Liri Browser documentation.


Many thanks to ...

Please refer to AUTHORS.md for a list of everyone who directly contributed code via Git.


Contains the QtSingleApplication (see the 3rdparty/qtsingleapplication folder) module which is licensed under the 3-clause BSD license (see LICENSE.BSD).

Liri Browser is licensed under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 3 or, at your option, any later version.