When I still using Nokia Qt SDK (Beta) , madde is not bundled with the SDK and therefore it can not generate deb through SDK. Running an remote application will just copy the binary to N900.
However, in the 1.0 release , madde is bundled , it will generate deb directly. The behaviour for running remote application is also changed. It will first copy the deb to phone , install it first , then execute it.
It is very annoying! The whole step of debugging / testing become much longer!
Can it restore to old behaviour that only the binary will be copied to the phone?
I have tried to disable the deb generation , and remove the deb from harddisk , then the Qt Creator quit suddenly after I pressed "Ctrl+R" (On Linux)
Thanks for any advise.