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Remote Compiler Infrastucture

asked 2014-03-03 03:14:17 +0300

On the Nokia old days, we have the possibility to leverage remote compiler infrastructure (dedicated for native apps, Qt-based, and the plugin for Qt Creator is there yet not updated for quite some times). The availability of remote compiler infrastructure (with some APIs via http) opens opportunities to developers to leverage the possibilities, e.g. create a web-based code editor dan previewer then directly compiles the code to native apps, without requiring the developers to download the SDK. I hope Jolla, will again consider to provide, or at least prepare some specification to deploy the SDK as a service.

  • An attempt of using the old infrastructure, by creating a module in nodejs, so others can build a service-based app (or any others) on top of it (but unfortunately the infrastructure is taken down and the login mechanism change a lot):



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answered 2014-03-03 12:39:25 +0300

MartinK gravatar image

There is the Mer OBS instance, which has a Sailfish target that can be used to build Sailfish application and libraries (you look for a sailfish application on it to see how it works).

Not sure how feasible it would be to use it for ad-hoc code compilation though.

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