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Using pendrive/repository as repository for installer.
Porchezhiyan E last edited by Porchezhiyan E
I'm new to Qt.
I'm a working in a project.The installer of the application works only if the repository files are present in the root of a pendrive connected to the target PC and the pendrive name should be same as the project name.Now in order to solve some issues in the application i have to use the later versions of the installer framework(3.0). if I use the later versions i get the error 'atleast one repository should be enabled or valid'. if I use the old installer framework the installer works. I tried finding where to look for solving this issue but could not find any lead. please guide me how to proceed with this issue.
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <Installer> <Name>Project name</Name> <Title>Installer name</Title> <RemoveTargetDir>true</RemoveTargetDir> <MaintenanceToolName>UnInstall</MaintenanceToolName> <RepositorySettingsPageVisible>false</RepositorySettingsPageVisible> <CreateLocalRepository>false</CreateLocalRepository> <ControlScript>controlscript.qs</ControlScript> <DependsOnLocalInstallerBinary>true</DependsOnLocalInstallerBinary> <RemoteRepositories> <Repository> <Enabled>1</Enabled> </Repository> </RemoteRepositories> </Installer>
koahnig last edited by
Hi and welcome to devnet forum
This is merely a user-driven forum. The use of Qt installer framework is apparently of less interest and therefore has also little expert feedback.
Since this question seems to be very specific and I would recommend to raise it on the dev mailing list. Possibly someone there has an idea.
Porchezhiyan E last edited by
Actually the Installer framework I used was customised i.e. the source code of the QTIFW was modified to suit the need and then the required QTIFW binaries are rebuilt from the modified source.