[Gta04-owner] qtmoko-navit: Gui blocks in town search in binfile maps.
stefan.wildemann at metalstrolche.de
Mon Feb 18 15:22:23 CET 2013
Am 18.02.2013 14:53, schrieb Radek Polak:
> On Monday, February 18, 2013 02:23:51 PM Stefan Wildemann wrote:
> > Well... at least I'm not gone mad.
> > Ok, let's fix it. Is there a description on how to correctly build
> > navit-qtmoko for armhf? Currently I'm trying to build qtmoko on my armhf
> > qemu box. Still building (since a day). I have absolutely no clue on how
> > doing things correctly in debian. I am used to Gentoo. Can I
> > cross-compile armhf as well? There's only a description on cross
> > compiling for armel. There seems to be no armhf cross compiler on
> I only use qemu for armhf. It could be also fairly easy to compile on
> the device. Or you can use native pc build. I havent figured out how
> to cross compile navit.
> For building it should be enough just to checkout correct branch
> (called qtmoko_hack2) and dpkg-buildpackage will build it.
> and you need to have build of qtmoko in /root/qte/build
> > Or plan B would be to better integrate sdl applications to qtmoko, The
> > sdl version is running smoothly beside not interacting with qtmoko. Is
> > there any description on building qtmoko libsdl? Btw. this may help the
> > other sdl applications too which suffer from the same problems.
> Similar to navit - i did only native builds - debugged it on PC build
> and the recompiled for armhf. Again, just checkout sources from
> https://github.com/radekp/sdl-qtmoko and do dpkg-buildpackage.
> I have tried to investigate the problem why sdl apps are not visible
> in QtMoko task manager - it's very likely because they are wrapped in
> shell scripts. But i am not sure if they appeared in task manager when
> launched straight from .desktop file...
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this is a starting point. I thing i'll first investigate in
navit-qpainter. Whenever I manage to successfully build qtmoko. It took
me some time to notice that there is not just "configure -device"
required to build qt. Since I didn't know about dpkg-buildpackage. Later
i had a look at the rules file and noticed that i had to patch compiler
configuration into qmake.conf.
Unfortunately right now it stopped again because i don't have
libvorbis-devel But at least this indicates i'm on the right way. Grump.
I am still curious if building on the device wasn't faster.
Btw: is there a way to get a list of packages installed? So maybe when
i'm done ill write a how to do or how to not do armhf development. I
started from scratch with debootstrap on gentoo. Unfortunately somwhere
i lost track on what -dev packages i installed. (Because some day I want
to port all this to Gentoo. I always wanted to have Gentoo on my phone...)
PS. I'll try to run my frankenstein build of navit directly from
.desktop file in the meantime. Let's see what happens.
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