04-03-2012 09:23 AM
You have a few options:
1) Compile the Qt ported library in Linux then use this with the BlackBerry NDK to convert your Qt app
2) If you are familiar with Qt Creator then there is a special version created specifically for PlayBook development:
04-03-2012 12:19 PM
Why compile under linux when QT has a windows installer now ?
04-04-2012 02:43 AM
Ok After Instaling what are the steps to be foillowed to port my Qt application to .BAR format and make it work on BalackBerry palyBook?
04-04-2012 02:32 PM
You'll need to set up a device and debug token.
Creating a Debug Token:
Do you have debug token created? If not, do you have a BlackBerry PlayBook SDK installed?
Setting Up a Target Device For Testing:
From Qt Creator select Tools > Options > Linux Devices > Add... > QNX device > Start Wizard
This will set up a target device that you can use for testing.
Create a New BB Project:
File > New File or Project... > BlackBerry Qt [Gui/Quick] Application
After the project is created you can import your resources then *should* be fine to just build and deploy to your set device.
This is new, so if you have any issues or feedback please send them along.
04-05-2012 03:39 AM
Thank you for your reply Today I tried to create and bulida new BB project.
File > New File or Project... > BlackBerry Qt [Gui/Quick] Application.
Note :I dont have any BB device with me. I want to test on simulator only at present..
I selected Target as Qt 4.8.1 for Plabook Debug. When I tried to compile . It gave error as"No hostname specified for device
Error while building/deploying project BB1 (target: QNX Arm)
When executing step ''"
Then I edited the Run settings
In that I clecked on Manage Device Configurations, then added QNX devcie .
Than again it asked for device host name or ip adress and device password.
what should I give here? as I want to test on Simulator only.
waht will be my device apssword and host ame/
04-05-2012 08:05 AM
No password is required for the simulator. For the hostname use the IP of the simulator. This can be seen by clicking on the Development Mode icon found in the top section of the simulator home screen (it looks like a person with a gear).