Clickable v6.1.0

Published September 19, 2019 in The Voyage of a Software Developer by Brian Douglass
Filed under Clickable, Releases

After the recent release of Clickable v6 the Clickable team now brings you version 6.1.0! You can check out the full changelog in the Clickable docs, but I wanted to highlight a few changes here. One awesome new feature for desktop mode is the --lang argument that allows you to change the app’s locale when running in desktop mode. This is a perfect option for making sure your app’s translations look just as good as the default language. Another new big feature is the addition of the arm64 architecture. This will allow apps to be built for future devices, like the upcoming PinePhone. It is important to note that at this time apps built with qmake do not compile. The last thing I want to call attention to is the new options to install libs, qml, and binaries from the docker image into the click. This allows you to include any dependency your app might need directly in your click package. Read the docs if you want to learn more!

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