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Cross compilation for RPI3 under Windows
Marthi last edited by
I am trying to have a cross compilation environement for RaspberryPi 3 under Windows 10. I read and tried many tutorials and weird things but I cannot figure out. I have the impression that the configure line change every Qt version.
I tried to use native commande line and MSYS2, several Qt version, many differents arguments and modify some qmake.conf files.
For now, I am working with :
- Qt 5.14.2 sources from MaintenanceTool.exe
- SysGCC RPI toolchain from here (GCC 8.3.0)
- SysGCC MINGW64 toolchain from here (GCC 9.1.0)
- My sysroot folder on Windows host is synchronized with my RPI.
My command line is :
..\Src\configure.bat -platform win32-g++ -device linux-rasp-pi3-g++ -release -opengl es2 -sysroot C:/SysGCC/raspberry/arm-linux-gnueabihf/sysroot -prefix /usr/local/qt5 -device-option CROSS_COMPILE=arm-linux-gnueabihf- -opensource -confirm-license
Running configuration tests... Checking for machine tuple... yes Checking for valid makespec... yes Checking for target architecture... Project ERROR: Could not determine target architecture. See config.log for details.
I don't know how to upload the config.log file to the post but there are some compilation errors of arch.cpp related to system include files in RPI toolchain so I guess that I don't configure it well related to my toolchain.
Thank you for your help,