Qt Installer Framework Examples
These examples illustrate how to use component scripts for customizing installers.
Using a component script to change the installer UI.
Using installer's aliases.xml file to define component aliases and their relations to other aliases and components.
Using a component script to stop the installation if the components cannot be installed.
Using components' package.xml files to define dependencies and automatic dependencies between components.
Using a component script and dynamic pages to build an installer.
Using components' package.xml files to hide checkboxes for items.
Using the extract archive hook in a component script to modify the target path.
Using the repogen tool and the configuration file to set up an online installer.
Using a component script to add a check box for opening the readme file to the final installer page.
Using components' config.xml files to show a product image while downloading and installing components.
Using a component script to quit an installer.
Using a component script to register a filename extension on Windows.
Using the RepositoryCategories element to set up an online installer where repositories are grouped.
Using a component script to add an entry to the Windows Start menu.
Using a stylesheet to customize a UI.
Using the systemInfo API in a component script to check operating system version and bitness.
Using translations to localize installer pages and licenses.
Using components' package.xml files to define custom locations in the component tree.
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