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Can't Add/Build module in QT15.13.2 on ARM64 ( error: static assertion failed)
jawad_soft last edited by jawad_soft
- I want to run a QT application on an ARM64 architecture.
- I am developing on an Ubuntu 16 virtual machine, and I installed QT with the ARM64 cross compilers by following the following link: Qt5.13.2 Instalation
- I Download cross compiler from aarch64 sources
- The directory of my installation is in /usr/local/qt-everywhere-src-5.13.2
- Then I installed the executable of Qt Creator with qmake desktop for development.
- then i configured a new kit in qt creator cross compiler for the AMR64 architecture.
conf compilators :
conf Qt Version:
conf Kits :
I had trouble getting some examples to work at the start because in the build / project menu there was no make but I inserted it directly into the "make / usr / bin / make" form
I finally managed to compile some example with the arm64 kit I created, but as soon as I need to use a new library, I crash, and so I tried to download and build a modulethat I needed by following the next steps:
git clone https://github.com/qt/qtserialport.git cd qtserialport mkdir build cd build /usr/local/qt-everywhere-src-5.13.2/bin/qmake ../qtserialport.pro
but in the last step it's faild :
from /home/xx/xx/source_instalation/qtserialport/src/serialport/qserialportinfo_unix.cpp:42: /usr/local/qt-everywhere-src-5.13.2/include/QtCore/qglobal.h:121:49: error: static assertion failed: Required feature library for file /usr/local/qt-everywhere-src-5.13.2/include/QtCore/qlibrary.h not available. # define Q_STATIC_ASSERT_X(Condition, Message) static_assert(bool(Condition), Message) ^ /usr/local/qt-everywhere-src-5.13.2/include/QtCore/qglobal.h:87:36: note: in expansion of macro ‘Q_STATIC_ASSERT_X’ #define QT_REQUIRE_CONFIG(feature) Q_STATIC_ASSERT_X(QT_FEATURE_##feature == 1, "Required feature " #feature " for file " __FILE__ " not available.") ^~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ /usr/local/qt-everywhere-src-5.13.2/include/QtCore/qlibrary.h:45:1: note: in expansion of macro ‘QT_REQUIRE_CONFIG’ QT_REQUIRE_CONFIG(library); ^~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ /home/xx/xx/source_instalation/qtserialport/src/serialport/qserialportinfo_unix.cpp: In function ‘bool isRfcommDevice(QStringView)’: /xx/xx/JPB/source_instalation/qtserialport/src/serialport/qserialportinfo_unix.cpp:160:44: error: ‘class QStringView’ has no member named ‘toInt’ const int portNumber = portName.mid(6).toInt(&ok);
I had the same error when I installed QT for ARM64 , and I really don't know what to do to add new module, can you help me please?