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Public mirror at http://code.qt.io/cgit/qt/qtwebsockets.git/tree/

Brief description

The QtWebSockets module is an add-on for the Qt5 library,.


The development and code review takes place through Gerrit. A Qt Developer account must be created for anyone in order to be able to contribute to the project.

More information about the registration process and development in general can be found on the following site: http://wiki.qt.io/Code_Reviews


The QtWebSockets module has support for the following operating systems:

Operating system Support state Note
Windows 7/8 YES Full support
Windows CE YES Tested through the Qt CI platform
Gnu/Linux YES Full support
MacOSX YES Full support
Android YES Tested through the Qt CI platform
IOS YES Tested through the Qt CI platform
Others Unix YES All POSIX-compatible


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Getting the source code

In order to get get the source code, you need to register to get a Qt Developer account. Moreover, you need to set that account up for Gerrit usage (see Setting up Gerrit).

You can then check out the repository using git, like this:

git clone ssh://<username>@codereview.qt.io:29418/qt/qtwebsockets.git

<username>: the Gerrit user identifier

Building and Installing


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