Sailfish OS SDK January Update 2 Available Now

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Sailfish Devs!! Sailfish OS SDK receives a minor update today. The update concerns again only the SDK Control Center, which gets some performance improvements, layout changes and provides a “Check for Updates Now” button in the Updates page.

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Hello,

another minor update to the SDK Build Engine was released today.

The update concerns again only the SDK Control Center, which gets some 
performance improvements, layout changes and 
provides a "Check for 
updates now" button in the Updates page.

You should see updates available for the Build Engine in the SDK Control 
Center Updates tab after your build engine has been running about 10 
minutes. Please do not visit the Updates tab 
before the 10 minutes has 
passed, otherwise the updates will show up 
later. The 'Check for updates 
now' button was put there to avoid this wait 
period in the future.

As always, if you have any questions, you can send email to this mailing 
list <mailto:devel@lists.sailfishos.org> or write it up on 
together.jolla.com and tag your issue with 'sdk'.

Happy hacking,
Jolla SDK Team.

Download the SDK at SailfishOS.org

Sailfish OS SDK January Update Available Now!!!

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Sailfish Devs!! The Sailfish OS SDK January Update is now available.

Here’s a post from Sailfish Devel

 

Hello again,

Today at 16:00 UTC we are publishing a little update on SailfishOS SDK. The update itself touches only the Build Engine.

What you need to do is to boot up the Build Engine after the updates have been published (i.e. click the sdk icon in Qt Creator) and wait 10 minutes while it refreshes its repositories. Then access the SDK Control Center Updates view and you should see that Engine updates are available.

Release note:
 - SDK Control Center

  *   - Download and reinstall build targets (i.e.) sysroots. This is done using the new pull-down menu called 'Pre-configured targets'  in 'Targets' view of Control Center.

  *   - Provide a tool to verify that basic submission criterias are fulfilled with Harbour intake requirements. This is done from the new view called 'Harbour Tools' in Control Center.

If you have any questions, you can either send email to this mailing list: devel at lists.sailfishos.org or write it up on together.jolla.com and tag your issue with 'sdk'.

Happy hacking,
Jolla SDK Team.

You can download the SDk at Sailfishos.org

Source: Sailfish Os Devel Mailing List