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    • Volker Krause's avatar
      Disable QML tooling · cfa735e0
      Volker Krause authored
      While useful for development, our default configuration here is minimum
      size release builds, not the best choice for doing development work anyway.
      So, let's rather fully optimize for the end user/release scenario, as this
      removes a few plugins from each of our APKs.
      cfa735e0
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      Reactivate QtWidgets on Android · 80eddce2
      Volker Krause authored
      Now that we can build both QtSvg and QtQuickControls2 without pulling in
      QtWidgets that has no negative impact on apps not using widgets anymore.
      80eddce2
  13. 28 May, 2021 1 commit
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      Working towards re-enabling the QtWidget build · a55903d0
      Volker Krause authored
      Plasma Phonebook and Calindori need that (via QAction in KPeople), but we
      don't want to force it on everyone else. There's one more place that needs
      sorting out though, the QtQuickControls2 platform module.
      a55903d0
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      Add Android x86-64 builds · 332e0444
      Volker Krause authored
      The Google Play store unfortunately insist on 64bit packages for every
      architecture we add, otherwise you cannot even create a new release there.
      332e0444
  16. 24 Apr, 2021 1 commit
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      Add Craft-based Android release builds · 06a19f39
      Volker Krause authored and Ben Cooksley's avatar Ben Cooksley committed
      This covers ARM 32/64 bit (the primary target platforms) as well as 32bit
      x86 (the emulator platform). 64bit x86 works as well should we need that
      at some point.
      
      So far only KDE Itinerary is included, as this is aiming at actual
      production releases I didn't want to add other apps without explicit
      maintainer approval/involvement. In theory adding more apps is just a few
      config file entries, realistically I'd also expect a few more Android
      specific Craft fixes as well though.
      
      Signing and deploying the packages is still missing, but this should be
      good enough to validate the Craft use and the resulting packages at least.
      
      The Jenkins part of this is a blind copy/paste job from the corresponding
      Windows setup, the Craft part I have tested locally in the Android docker.
      
      This depends on packaging/craftmaster!2
      and the 21.04.0 release to become available.
      06a19f39
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