[Development] Port Qt application to WEC2013

Björn Breitmeyer bjoern.breitmeyer at kdab.com
Mon Jun 30 14:57:39 CEST 2014


this is not yet supported, we are waiting for an OpenGL driver for our 
platform and some time to tackle this. Its planned though. It is correct
that you will need to change qmake to find where VS2012 stores its SDK
list. The Mkspec specified the SDK name in the WCE.VCPlatform.xml
and allowed us to generate Makefiles with the correct environment.

Apart from that you will need to adapt the mkspec compilerflags.

Best regards
Björn Breitmeyer

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Am Freitag, 27. Juni 2014, 16:11:16 schrieb Håkon B Grundnes:
> Hi!
> I'm trying to run a Qt application on WEC2013.  Has anyone done this yet,
> and is it even possible?
> I am completely new to Qt. I was thinking I should configure qmake to
> compile the application for a WEC2013 SDK.
> First I was thinking I could use the configure file for wec7, but since
> wec2013 isn't running on VS2008 it doesn't apply. For instance CE_SDK uses
> a visual studio 2008 file *WCE.VCPlatform.xml*
> that is not a part of Visual Studio 2012 or 2013. Now I was thinking I
> could look into the configure files that's for platforms using VS2012 and
> compare them, find out what qmake needs of information to compile for
> VS2012 and kind of taylor it together. I suspect the problem is more
> complex than this though.
> All thoughts and help on this subject are highly appreciated.
> best regards
> Håkon
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