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Howto create QTVersion for Cross-compiling for ARM
I've downloaded and setup QTCreator 5.2.1 for Windows. I'd like to cross-compile application for ARM using QT. I have GCC compiler for ARM, it works fine in Windows (the GCC is a part of Xilinx SDK).
There is only one QT Version named "QT 5.2.1 MSVC2012 64bit" in Tools > Options > Build & Run > Qt Versions (Autodetected).
As I understand I must create new QT Version for ARM and add it to Qt Versions. Must I recompile qmake.exe, and how to do it, if so? Or how to do cross-compiling???
All docs I read say how to add new QT Version, but nothing about how to *create *it.
You need to download Qt source code (tarball) and compile it yourself. Here is some "info":http://qt-project.org/doc/qt-5/configure-options.html#cross-compilation-options on crosscompiling. Here is even more "detailed info":http://qt-project.org/wiki/Building_Qt_5_from_Git on how to build Qt (skip the git part if you are using the tarball)
sierdzio, do you mean that I must rebuild entire QTCreator?
May be my question is not quite cleaк... I need QTCreator working in Windows, and compile applications for ARM, using existing, working GCC (not MinGW-based).
You do not need to recompile Qt Creator, you need a Qt that can actually run on your arm chip. To get that you will most likely need to recompile Qt.
Tobias Hunger, why the QT must run on ARM chip?
Is it possible to compile applications on my PC? It is a ordinary cross-compilation, isn't it?
I don't need any specific QT libraries, I need only standard C libraries.