deps-qt-core-raub

    2.0.0 • Public • Published

    Qt Core binaries

    This is a part of Node3D project.

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    Synopsis

    This dependency package is distributing Qt Core 5.13.0 binaries through NPM for Node.js addons.

    • Platforms (x64): Windows, Linux, OSX.
    • Library: Qt.
    • Linking: dynamic dll-type.

    Usage

    Windows

    Before any import of Qt-dependent module, there should be require('deps-qt-core-raub'). On Windows it adds Qt's DLL location to ENV PATH. On Unix it does nothing.

    Unix

    On Unix, special runtime library directories are not in ENV PATH. The paths to such directories have to be compiled into the node-addon with rpath option.

    Adjust binding.gyp:

        'variables': {
            'bin'         : '<!(node -p "require(\'addon-tools-raub\').bin")',
            'qt_core_bin' : '<!(node -p "require(\'deps-qt-core-raub\').bin")',
        },
        ...
        'targets': [
            {
                'target_name': '...',
                
                'conditions': [
                    
                    ['OS=="linux"', {
                        'libraries': [
                            "-Wl,-rpath,'$$ORIGIN'",
                            "-Wl,-rpath,'$$ORIGIN/../node_modules/deps-qt-core-raub/<(bin)'",
                            "-Wl,-rpath,'$$ORIGIN/../../deps-qt-core-raub/<(bin)'",
                            '<(qt_core_bin)/libicui18n.so.56',
                            '<(qt_core_bin)/libicuuc.so.56',
                            '<(qt_core_bin)/libicudata.so.56',
                            '<(qt_core_bin)/libicuio.so.56',
                            '<(qt_core_bin)/libicule.so.56',
                            '<(qt_core_bin)/libicutu.so.56',
                            '<(qt_core_bin)/libQt5Core.so.5',
                            '<(qt_core_bin)/libQt5Network.so.5',
                            '<(qt_core_bin)/libQt5DBus.so.5',
                        ],
                    }],
                    
                    ['OS=="mac"', {
                        'libraries': [
                            '-Wl,-rpath,@loader_path',
                            '-Wl,-rpath,@loader_path/../node_modules/deps-qt-core-raub/<(bin)',
                            '-Wl,-rpath,@loader_path/../../deps-qt-core-raub/<(bin)',
                        ],
                    }],
                    
                ],
            },

    Preload libraries:

    #ifndef WIN32
        #include <dlfcn.h>
    #endif
        
        // ... inside some kind of init() function 
        #ifdef __linux__
        dlopen("libicui18n.so.56", RTLD_LAZY);
        dlopen("libicuuc.so.56", RTLD_LAZY);
        dlopen("libicudata.so.56", RTLD_LAZY);
        dlopen("libicuio.so.56", RTLD_LAZY);
        dlopen("libicule.so.56", RTLD_LAZY);
        dlopen("libicutu.so.56", RTLD_LAZY);
        dlopen("libQt5Core.so.5", RTLD_LAZY);
        dlopen("libQt5Network.so.5", RTLD_LAZY);
        dlopen("libQt5DBus.so.5", RTLD_LAZY);
        #endif

    Legal notice

    This software uses the Qt library. Qt is legally used under the LGPLv3 (GNU Lesser General Public License) version. It is explicitly stated that Qt can be used commercially under LGPLv3:

    Qt licensed under the GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL) version 3 is appropriate for the development of Qt applications provided you can comply with the terms and conditions of the GNU LGPL version 3 (or GNU GPL version 3).

    These terms and conditions allow using (unmodified) Qt as a shared library (DLL), in a closed-source project. To which this project fully complies.

    Qt licensing information (a COPY) is given in a separate file, which also can be found on Qt's official web-site.

    The binaries were ripped from installed copy of the framework.


    The rest of this package is MIT licensed.

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    2.0.0

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