Application

Product of the type application. More...

Inherits:

Product

Inherited By:

CppApplication and XPCService

Properties

Detailed Description

An Application item is a Product representing an application.

The target artifact of this type of product is usually an executable binary tagged "application". However, on Android, unless you set consoleApplication to true, the application target will be an APK or an AAB package tagged "android.package" according to the packageType property. A dependency to the Android.sdk module is automatically added to the product.

Property Documentation

debugInformationInstallDir : string

Where to install the debug information if installDebugInformation is enabled.

The value is appended to qbs.installPrefix when constructing the actual installation directory.

Default: installDir.

This property was introduced in Qbs 1.16.

See also How do I separate and install debugging symbols?.


install : bool

If true, the executable that is produced when building the application will be installed to installDir.

Default: false

This property was introduced in Qbs 1.13.


installDebugInformation : string

If true, the debug information will be installed to debugInformationInstallDir.

Default: false

This property was introduced in Qbs 1.16.

See also How do I separate and install debugging symbols?.


installDir : string

Where to install the executable that is produced when building the application, if install is enabled.

The value is appended to qbs.installPrefix when constructing the actual installation directory.

Default: Applications if the app is a bundle, bin otherwise.

This property was introduced in Qbs 1.13.


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