[Qtei] Which IDE for Development?
qtextended.kossel at web.de
Wed Apr 22 11:12:18 CEST 2009
how do you run (and debug) the Qte applications on your PC? I know that Qte
can be build for qtfb (or something like that) but I had some compile errors
and didn't try again. Do you use this?
How do you import the project into Qt Creator? Is there a project file in
the git repository or does Qt Creator work just with the Makefile?
Many simple questions... please excuse this, but since I am usually
developing on a Windows machine (99.9% of our customers are running Windows)
I'm not so familiar with the whole build and development process under
> -----Original Message-----
> From: community-bounces at lists.openmoko.org [mailto:community-
> bounces at lists.openmoko.org] On Behalf Of Radek Polak
> Sent: Wednesday, April 22, 2009 10:04 AM
> To: List for Openmoko community discussion
> Subject: Re: [Qtei] Which IDE for Development?
> Roland wrote:
> > Is there any IDE one can use for the development?
> > Coming from software development with Qt Desktop I think I would be
> able to
> > contribute, but working with a normal editor is not really fun.
> For new application I am using QT Creator - very nice IDE with
> integrated debugger, completion and other stuff. I build the
> and debug the application on PC and then just compile for QTE.
> > Also: Is there a way to debug the newly written applications?
> QT creator has debugger integrated. If you ever need to debug
> on Neo, you can use gdb.
> > I am willing to install any Linux distribution and any package needed
> > development - but I have to admit I don't have a clue what to
> Just clone QTE git and build it.
> If you have application working on PC with creator then just do:
> /path_to_your_qte/build/bin/qmake -project
> Copy the binary to Neo, login via SSH, do:
> source /opt/Trolltech/Qtopia/qpe.env
> > Any comment and recommendation is welcome!
> > Roland
> Any new and useful application are welcome :)
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