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README.md

QmlLive

QmlLive is a system to automatically reload a QtQuick user interface on every document save.

It is available for the PC but also for an embedded device, which supports Qt5.

More information is available form documentation (see install instructions).

Copyright (C) 2016 Pelagicore AG

Contribution guidelines

This repository contains Qt QmlLive specifically tailored for Sailfish OS application development.

These rules are followed so that all commits are ready for cherry-picking upstream:

  1. Always include the Gerrit's Change-Id header in the commit message.

    Install a GIT commit hook to your clone of this repository to automate this: scp -p codereview.qt-project.org:hooks/commit-msg .git/hooks/. More info here.

  2. Use annotated tags for Sailfish OS change log autogeneration.

    Do not include the [SHORT-DESC] LONG-DESC BUG-REF lines in commit messages. Store then in tag annotations instead.

Also avoid creating real merges for pull requests. Our branch is regularly cleaned with an approach similar to what is described here and merges would not be preserved. For those who care: related commits are already grouped with (annotated) tags.

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