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QT- SDK for ARMv7 (Cortex A8)
carpenter last edited by
is there a SDK for the ARMv7 architecture?
Does it makes huge efforts to build QT for a embedded device, using Windows Embedded Compact 7, based on a ARMv7 (Cortex A8) architectur?
What about using a device with Ubuntu OS, also on a ARMv7 architectur?
I got a freescale i.MX53 Quick Start Board. The mentioned operating systems are allready running.
(This is the only topic, where the ARMv7 architectur is used? http://developer.qt.nokia.com/forums/viewthread/5774 )
edit: fixed link - xsacha
koahnig last edited by
Your link is broken because of ')' at the end.
jbarron last edited by
There is no built in support for generic ARM targets, but it is possible to use Qt Creator with an external toolchain. Once you have compiled Qt using your toolchain, simply go into Creator's options and select the "Qt4" page. Then you can add your cross-compiled Qt version here and Creator will automatically pick up the toolchain and allow you to compile projects with it.
I haven't tried WinCE in Creator so I have no idea if that works (especially the debugger).