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Edit: found a mirror for the MeeGo 1.2 Harmattan Developer Library [1]
Thanks to rzr[/QUOTE]

Thanks Halftux, believe me, I spend a lot of time searching for it in Google...

And I have now 2 N9 and some spares... I don't think nice phones will show up any soon...
 
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Originally Posted by Markk View Post
Great idea Gonna try some things out right now.
Maybe this helps I have a components.xml in my QtSKD.
There you can find package names and versions.
 

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Originally Posted by Halftux View Post
Maybe this helps I have a components.xml in my QtSKD.
There you can find package names and versions.
GREAT tip, thank you.
I'm trying to find the exact url to one of Harmattan Emulator components (like this: http://nds2.fds-forum.nokia.com/noki...12.07-1.tar.gz), but keep getting "File not found".
 
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Originally Posted by Markk View Post
GREAT tip, thank you.
I'm trying to find the exact url to one of Harmattan Emulator components (like this: http://nds2.fds-forum.nokia.com/noki...12.07-1.tar.gz), but keep getting "File not found".
Kinda funny - in a weird way - part of that folder structure "fremtiden" means "the future" in Danish
 
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I have checked what windows qt creator do when reading the repository. I will attach all addresses to files in a zipped txt-file.

It is an install script for qreator


Code:
component.runtimetargetPathName = "dfl61-harmattan_3.2012.07-1";

    if( component.fromOnlineRepository )
        component.addDownloadableArchive( "harmattan-runtime.7z" );
and it comes to 3.2012.07-1harmattan-runtime.7z:
http://nds2.fds-forum.nokia.com/noki...tan-runtime.7z
Attached Files
File Type: zip nokia_sdk_files_win.zip (1.9 KB, 408 views)

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From the qs files we can get a download link.
Now we make our own http server with the meta files and packages, configure qtcreator to get the updates.xml from own http server, could this work? I will try tomorrow.

Last edited by Halftux; 2014-01-26 at 01:01.
 

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#17
Originally Posted by Halftux View Post
I have checked what windows qt creator do when reading the repository. I will attach all addresses to files in a zipped txt-file.
This is great, thanks!

Originally Posted by Halftux View Post
Now we make our own http server with the meta files and packages, configure qtcreator to get the updates.xml from own http server, could this work?
I put the updates.xml from Nokia's repo and empty folders like in your text file (using "Text 2 Folders") on my site, and it seems to be working! You can change the repository url at Maintain Qt SDK (the Updater) -> Settings -> Repositories -> User Defined Repositories (and uncheck the default one).

Of course, I'm getting the "Could not download meta data" error, but this is because the folders are still empty :P The only problem now is we will have to download every single file manually.. I'm gonna try changing the updates.xml to test with only one file (the 3.2012.07-1harmattan-runtime.7z).
 
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#18
Great news! It works

I removed all but the Harmattan PR1.2 QEMU package info from the update.xml file, and put the three files "3.2012.07-1meta.7z", "3.2012.07-1harmattan-runtime.7z" and "3.2012.07-1harmattan-runtime.7z.sha1" in the "com.nokia.ndk.tools.harmattan.runtime.pr12" folder, and it shows up in the Package Manager Downloading and installing works too

Now I just have to check with my host if putting big files on their server to download is allowed :P

Edit: I will PM you the repo link, so you can try it out.
 

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This is easy to script, to semi-automate the download
An excellent example, including md5 checksum for verification is here

http://www.linuxfromscratch.org/blfs...n/x/x7lib.html
 

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Originally Posted by nieldk View Post
This is easy to script, to semi-automate the download
An excellent example, including md5 checksum for verification is here

http://www.linuxfromscratch.org/blfs...n/x/x7lib.html
Looks nice. In windows I load the textfile with the meta files into downthemall manager.
And put as renaming mask: *subdirs*/*name*.*ext*
With this you get the full folder structure. Quick and easy.
 
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