Usage

Getting Started

You can get started with using clickable with an existing Ubuntu Touch app. You can use clickable with apps generated from the old Ubuntu Touch SDK IDE or you can start fresh by running clickable create.

To run the default set of sub-commands, simply run clickable in the root directory of your app’s code. Clickable will attempt to auto detect the build template and other configuration options.

Running the default sub-commands will:

  1. Clean the build directory (by default the build directory is ./build/)
  2. Compile the app
  3. Build the click package (can be found in the build directory)
  4. Install the app on your phone (By default this uses adb, see below if you want to use ssh)
  5. Kill the running app on the phone
  6. Launch the app on your phone

Configuration

If you need more advanced usage options, you may specify a configuration file in the clickable.json format with --config. If not specified, clickable will look for an optional configuration file called clickable.json in the current directory.

Connecting to a device over ssh

By default the device is connected to via adb. If you want to access a device over ssh you need to either specify the device IP address or hostname on the command line (ex: clickable logs --ssh 192.168.1.10 ) or you can use the CLICKABLE_SSH env var.

Multiple connected devices

By default clickable assumes that there is only one device connected to your computer via adb. If you have multiple devices attached to your computer you can specify which device to install/launch/etc on by using the flag --serial-number or -s for short. You can get the serial number by running clickable devices.

Debugging with GDB

GDB Debugging via Clickable is only available in desktop mode and can be started by running clickable desktop --gdb.