03-04-2012 06:23 AM
I've succesfully installed Qt and the NDK in linux (a virtual machine actually), and I've already created a working application. The wiki says it is possible to crosscompile Qt for qnx in Windows (it is my main development plataform and copy the project every time I want to test in the playbook is a PITA ) but I can't do it because the compiler says a bunch of #define are missing and correcting them causes other errors. I've tried with cygwin and mingw with no luck.
Any insight? Has anyone able to do it? Any documentation I'm missing?
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03-04-2012 07:14 AM - edited 03-04-2012 07:17 AM
Seems there is something that needs fixing on Windows. Here's a recent Twitter conversation with a reply from Eduardo Pelegri, the open-source guy at RIM:
@MattMoody On Linux, but not on Windows :-( cc @BlackBerryDev @pelegri
03-05-2012 12:29 PM
03-05-2012 12:45 PM
I tried that in the beginning (using the precompiled libs in github) but somehow I couldn't compile the sample program, lots of dependencies missing, so I just assumed I needed to compile Qt from windows too. I'll give another try.
03-05-2012 01:09 PM
03-05-2012 06:41 PM
I would like to use the windows IDE only and already have the keys to sign binaries for real device deployments (got a 2.0 PB as well at hand).
So, could anyone try to share that famous /stage folder content (built on a shiny linux most of us do not have) ?
That would help us - windows only guys - to climb onto the train without struggling first with the unnecessary preliminary pain of builidng each our own QT "things".
We 'd better focus on writing apps using a shared and community (pre)built windows QT IDE.
Does anyone here agree with my proposition ?
Tks in advance.
03-05-2012 07:39 PM
03-06-2012 11:01 AM