[Interest] Build webkit with QT for Embedded Linux!
mandeepsandhu.chd at gmail.com
Fri May 18 14:18:17 CEST 2012
On Fri, May 18, 2012 at 5:10 PM, Lata Agrawal
<lata.agrawal at enrouteinc.com> wrote:
> Do I need to build it in release it by explicitly using -release switch?
It'll be better to build it in release mode unless you're planning to
debug the Qt itself. It'll also reduce the size of the built libraries
by a good amount. This is important especially on embedded boards
which have slower processors.
We too are running Qt 4.6.2 on an embedded MIPS board and webkit works
fine while rendering webpages. BTW, what specific HTML5 tag is being
used in your test HTML5 page?
You can run a test of what all HTML5 tags are supported by your
QtWebkit by pointing your browser to www.html5test.com.
> On 18 May 2012 16:57, Lata Agrawal <lata.agrawal at enrouteinc.com> wrote:
>> Hi Mandeep,
>> Thanks for replying. I am simple interactive web pages, no video or audio.
>> App works fine on Linux-x86 but same app when cross-compiled for Linux/MIPS
>> doesn't show anything at all on screen. Do I need to add any feature while
>> cross-compiling QT to be able to load HTML5 pages using Qtwebkit?
>> On 18 May 2012 16:52, Mandeep Sandhu <mandeepsandhu.chd at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> > I want to display HTML5 pages using QTWebkit module. I am able to
>>> > execute
>>> > the webkit application on Linux-x86 and it loads the HTML5 page
>>> > perfectly
>>> > fine. But when I cross-compile the same application for Linux/MIPS
>>> > device
>>> > and execute the app on device, it doesn't show anything.
>>> What sort of content is being shown n this web-page? Does it load
>>> anything at all?
>>> Does the page having audio/video tags? If so, then that part won't
>>> work since that depends on phonon and you have disabled it in your
>> Lata Agrawal
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> Lata Agrawal
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