problem configurating qt for vs2008


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    @Hamed
    np. i did read the docs a bit more careful and it seems that 5.6 is the version for wince and
    it must be 2008 as wince died in later versions.

    And yes by all means do come back if it wont compile.
    There might be other users that use wince still.
    Such a cute little windows :)



  • And another thing I remembered to say, I already installed and have qt5.7 on my device.
    Could this be the source of problem? Should I delete this one or I can have them both?


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    @Hamed
    You can have as many as u want.
    Just make sure u use the correct one.
    Normally its not an issue or source of problem but im old school so if you dont need it. delete it :)



  • @mrjj I'm need it but not more than this one, for the last solution I will do that.
    Thank you again.



  • @mrjj I downloaded Qt5.6 source (low speed internet) and the README file is different and it meets my requirements (C++ compiler supporting the C++98 standard) , but the strange part is I'm getting the following output :

    + cd qtbase
    + C:\Qt2\Qt5.6.0\qtbase\configure.bat -top-level -platform -xplatform wincewm70customsdk-msvc2008
    Unknown option wincewm70customsdk-msvc2008
    Invalid option "-xplatform" for -platform.
    See the README file for a list of supported operating systems and compilers.
    Invalid option "wincewm70customsdk-msvc2008" for -xplatform.
    

    Any Idea?


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    @Hamed said in problem configurating qt for vs2008:

    incewm70customsdk-msvc2008

    no, ill ask for assistance and hope :)



  • @mrjj Thank you


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    Hi,

    Following Installing Qt for Windows CE which refers to the Qt for Windows CE Requirements which itself refers to the Windows CE - Working with Custom SDKs page, there's an explanation about how to setup a toolchain to match your needs.

    Hope it helps



  • @SGaist said in problem configurating qt for vs2008:

    Hi,

    Following Installing Qt for Windows CE which refers to the Qt for Windows CE Requirements which itself refers to the Windows CE - Working with Custom SDKs page, there's an explanation about how to setup a toolchain to match your needs.

    Hope it helps

    Uh I didn't check that docs carefully in first place.
    I think this would be the solution, I will test it as soon as I got home.
    Thank you.


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    @Hamed
    Yeah me me neither. Missed that part. alt text
    Ill cross fingers.



  • Thanks to @SGaist and @mrjj problem solved.
    I post some information in case someone faced this problem later :
    1- Qt docs says run this command :

    configure -platform -xplatform [wince_custom_build_specification_directory_name]
    

    This will not work, instead run :

    configure -xplatform [wince_custom_build_specification_directory_name]
    

    2- This specification directories are in Qt\Qt[Version]\qtbase\mkspecs
    3- Find your destination platform directory there or simply create one.
    4- open qmak.conf file in that directory and set CE_SDK to your SDK name (mine was STANDARDSDK_500) and set CE_ARCH to your destination device architecture for example ARMV4I

    Hope this helps.

    After all these steps my configuration works fine but when I run nmake I get following errors :

    C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0\VC\ce\include\altcecrt.h(363) : error C2733: second C linkage of overloaded function 'wcsftime' not allowed
            C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0\VC\ce\include\altcecrt.h(363) : see declaration of 'wcsftime'
    C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0\VC\ce\include\altcecrt.h(391) : error C3861: 'memcpy_s': identifier not found
    C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0\VC\ce\include\altcecrt.h(396) : error C3861: 'memmove_s': identifier not found
    C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0\VC\ce\include\iosfwd(584) : error C2039: 'memcpy_s' : is not a member of '`global namespace''
    C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0\VC\ce\include\iosfwd(584) : error C3861: 'memcpy_s': identifier not found
    C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0\VC\ce\include\iosfwd(608) : error C2039: 'memmove_s' : is not a member of '`global namespace''
    C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0\VC\ce\include\iosfwd(608) : error C3861: 'memmove_s': identifier not found
    NMAKE : fatal error U1077: '"C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0\VC\\ce\bin\x86_arm\cl.EXE"' : return code '0x2'
    Stop.
    NMAKE : fatal error U1077: '"C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0\VC\BIN\nmake.exe"' : return code '0x2'
    Stop.
    NMAKE : fatal error U1077: 'cd' : return code '0x2'
    Stop.
    NMAKE : fatal error U1077: 'cd' : return code '0x2'
    Stop.
    NMAKE : fatal error U1077: 'cd' : return code '0x2'
    Stop.
    

    Should I start new thread for this problem or not?



  • Any idea about this issue?
    I think this problem is not related to Qt, but if anyone could help me solve these errors would be great.


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    @Hamed
    It seems related to wince/mobile and i can find many mention those errors
    but saw no solution.
    https://forum.qt.io/topic/62184/cross-compile-qt-5-5-on-wince-6-0-6-5-windows-embedded-handheld-6-5-classic/2



  • @mrjj yeap, this is exactly the problem and as you said no solution...


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    In that case you should bring the problem to the interest mailing list. You'll find there Qt's developers/maintainers. This forum is more user oriented.



  • strange thing happened.
    after run nmake I got some errors I mentioned before, after some hours of failed attempts to make it right, I just ran namke install and I think it's installed successfully (is it possible?)
    Now, I just add this qt version to my qt versions and then I wanted to add compiler for it.
    I'm using Microsoft wince STANDARDSDK500, and it's include compiler for all wince architectures (MIPSII, ARMV4I, ...).
    Now Qt compiler auto detection, detected this sdk's MIPSII and x86 but not ARMV4I, so to test if this custom installation succeed I need to add this compiler, problem is I don't know where is it, and auto detection didn't give me any information about which file I should be looking for.
    So I wounder how can I find this compiler and add it manually?

    Sorry for asking to many question under sametopic, but all this subjects are related and I think for someone else doing this later it's better find all information together.


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    @Hamed
    Yes its very related and ok to have in same thread.
    I assume you did see
    http://doc.qt.io/qtcreator/creator-targets.html
    and the actual problem is finding the binary?



  • @mrjj Yes, the problem is finding that binary (or some other extention I don't know)
    I compiled and run using that compiler in vs2008, so I know I have it but I don't know which file I should add manually to my compilers list.


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    @Hamed
    If on windows, you can go to ninite.com ( 100% safe)
    download "everything" search tool.
    alt text
    it takes wildcards and is crazy fast.
    so
    a*.exe would show all exe starting with a. etc.
    Then try to search for some names and see what comes up.


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    @Hamed said in problem configurating qt for vs2008:

    but I don't know which file I should add manually to my compilers list.

    oh. Try to look in the makespec for wince. Normally its listed in there
    C:\Qt\5.7\msvc2015\mkspecs
    Not sure it applies to you but its worth to look in the file.



  • @mrjj I have fastfind for search and I did search for it, I can't find any *.exe for it, and I can't find .exe for MIPSII (which detected by qt) so I think it should be another extension but I have no idea what is it.



  • @mrjj said in problem configurating qt for vs2008:

    @Hamed said in problem configurating qt for vs2008:

    but I don't know which file I should add manually to my compilers list.

    oh. Try to look in the makespec for wince. Normally its listed in there
    C:\Qt\5.7\msvc2015\mkspecs
    Not sure it applies to you but its worth to look in the file.

    I don't have that directory where you said but I have C:\Qt\Qt5.7.0\5.7\msvc2015_64\mkspecs\ and there is a folder for ARMV4I but it's just have .h and .conf file which I used for configuring Qt5.6. It's not there.


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    @Hamed
    Ok, i have never tried compiling for wince. So really no idea.
    In everything, you can sort by change date.
    If fast search can sort, can u search for * and sort ?
    See what is in the top.

    Alternatively ask the devs as @SGaist suggested.


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