[Qt-creator] Setting Creator up for X-compiling to freescale

Diego Iastrubni diegoiast at gmail.com
Wed May 9 07:52:28 CEST 2012

When I did that, (for a arm linux,but still...) I used a generic process
and called the original Makefile. You might want to make a Makefile wrapper
if you need a different build system. I even wrapped the run command
configuration to ssh to the remote arm device and execute the new
application (using a small shell script wrapper).

I did not find the time to have remote GDB working, but I understand this
is possible.

I started using a dummy pro file, but found it not adequate as compilation
problems where harder to find. Using a generic Makefile project you can
press control+b and find the problems the compiler spits. You will also
need to adjust the include directories and defines. This is trivial and you
will find how to do it.

On Mon, May 7, 2012 at 10:40 PM, Jason H <scorp1us at yahoo.com> wrote:

> I have a legacy project that I hope to get running and use QtCreator for.
> This is all C code at the moment but I hope to still be able to use qmake
> and creator. I also have a USB tap for debugging, that I was hoping I could
> get using with Creator.
> Is there some kind of step-by-step manual to walk me through how to get it
> going?
> Thanks.
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