@barath-19-2 I asked before: "And it looks like you're not doing cross-compalation?"
So, are you doing cross-compilation?
The wiringPi library is apparently not compatible with your platform.
If you build on your PC/Laptop for Raspberry Pi you have to do cross compilation as Raspberry Pi is ARM and not x86.
So, did you set up a cross compilation environment?
One more thing to add, the account set as responsible is a team account so it means it has several members like Paul. The fact it is shown as not active is just related to the fact that it's not a physical person.
There are several others like that :-)
From the compile output, it looks like your target doesn't have libiw-dev installed (ld error: cannot find -liw).
On the target device, try
apt-get install libiw-dev
if you haven't figured this out yet.
You could also use the cross-compiler to build libiw from scratch and install into the target architecture area.
Is a question about dd intended for this forum, which is about coding using Qt libraries? Or are you looking for a general QNX forum rather than something Qt, in which case if you don't get a suggestion from a user here you might be better posting elsewhere, like a QNX administrative forum? Just trying to understand if here is the best place for you.
@adutzu89 said in Stack/Heap/smart pointers question.:
So what's the point of using a smart pointers instead of stack-based allocation?
The point is that you can't allocate everything on the stack.
So, often you have to use heap and then smart pointers should be used to make sure memory is freed again.
Every "new" requires "delete" at some point and that's exactly what smart pointers are used for.
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