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Qt Documentation BlackBerry?

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I have several questions regarding the Blackberry documentation for Windows installations.

  • First what is the command line tool that I should be using. There are several and I am sure windows will require more steps.
  • Second if I set up signing keys from inside NDK and a local target system for a debug token do I need to do it through the command structure?


[Solved]Next I have questions on the Building Qt4 for Blackberry documentation for Windows installations.

  • Is this a different command line tool being used?


Thank you in advance for your response.

Brandon Clark
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Re: Qt Documentation BlackBerry?

Follow the instructions for setting up the debug token - works well.