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  1. #1
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    Qt make sis dependecies

    Hi,
    i have seen that some applications automatically checks installed phone tools and if some of tools is missing, then offers user to automatically download and install all dependent tools (Qt, sqlite, etc.) whats is needed to application (.sis file)

    how can define .sis dependencies and how can install them automatically?

    why it is important to me - i want that end user click to one .sis file and done. and user have not to worry about Qt, etc installations.

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    Re: Qt make sis dependecies

    If you can targeting device where Qt is not there, In that case you can embed the Qt sis file along with your app sis file, So when the user will install the app, the Qt files will also get installed automaticaly.

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    Re: Qt make sis dependecies

    thanks for your suggestion,

    Quote Originally Posted by somnathbanik View Post
    In that case you can embed the Qt sis file along with your app sis file
    how can do that? maybe you have a good example? but in that case my sis file size will be ~11mb, even user has qt installed on phone... i have seen that application detects and download missing things from internet, that would be best solution, but how can i do it ?

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    Re: Qt make sis dependecies

    I think you might be talking about the Smart Installer. There's a whole forum here for that.

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    Re: Qt make sis dependecies

    ok i will search about it, how to use it... Thanks

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