I am making an application in which I use a 3rd party shared library. I don’t have its source code, just the compiled .so binary and includes.
How can I include that library in my application’s rpm, so that it gets copied to the device’s lib / lib64 folder? This library is not available from anywhere as an automatically downloadable dependency, and without it I get an error that “Nothing provides xxxxxxx.so()(64bit)” and deployment or manual .rpm installation fails.
I knew how to do it on BB10 but somehow I can’t figure it out on SFOS.
I do have LIBS += -L$$PWD/libs/ -llibname in .pro, but that obviously doesn’t cause the lib to be included in the package.
What else do I need to do?
P.S. It’s not intended to be distributed in harbour, so their restrictions are not important here. I just want to bundle the library with my package so that it gets installed with it.