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    Compiling Qt Mobility Problem

    Code:
    C:\code\qt>cd qt-mobility-src
    
    C:\code\qt\qt-mobility-src>configure
    C:\code\qt\qt-mobility-src
    Checking available Qt
    4.6.0
    Checking make
     "Cannot find 'nmake', 'mingw32-make' or 'make' in your PATH"
     "Aborting."
    But if i run make in command line it works ..
    Code:
    C:\code\qt\qt-mobility-src>make --v
    Usage:
    make [-AeEhiknpqrsStTuvVx] [-P#] [-f file] [macro[*][+][:]=value ...] [target ...]
    Any solutions.

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    Re: Compiling Qt Mobility Problem

    solved have to restart my PC.

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    Re: Compiling Qt Mobility Problem

    http://qt.nokia.com/developer/new-qt-apis

    Please have a look at the updated Technology Preview 2 and note :
    * don't compile the Mobility libraries yourself
    * use the ready libs and sis prodived in \symbian folder

    The installation instructions are in install.txt (and here http://wiki.forum.nokia.com/index.ph...nology_Preview)

    Jack

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    Re: Compiling Qt Mobility Problem

    Thanks Jack Hopefully steps in http://discussion.forum.nokia.com/fo...82&postcount=3 are correct as i follow.

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    Re: Compiling Qt Mobility Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Torrance View Post
    http://qt.nokia.com/developer/new-qt-apis

    Please have a look at the updated Technology Preview 2 and note :
    * don't compile the Mobility libraries yourself
    * use the ready libs and sis prodived in \symbian folder

    The installation instructions are in install.txt (and here http://wiki.forum.nokia.com/index.ph...nology_Preview)

    Jack
    Thank you Jack, but what about Qt Mobility for Windows (not Symbian) development?

    Do we have to compile Qt Mobility or there's readymade libraries?

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    Re: Compiling Qt Mobility Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by ceefour View Post
    Thank you Jack, but what about Qt Mobility for Windows (not Symbian) development?

    Do we have to compile Qt Mobility or there's readymade libraries?
    ideally all Qt Mobility should work with all Platforms supported refer to this link http://qt.nokia.com/doc/qtmobility-1...-compatability

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    Re: Compiling Qt Mobility Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by skumar_rao View Post
    ideally all Qt Mobility should work with all Platforms supported refer to this link http://qt.nokia.com/doc/qtmobility-1...-compatability
    Thanks skumar_rao. Forgive me for being unclear.

    I was actually asking whether Qt Mobility libraries for Windows are prebuilt (like Symbian's) or need to be built first.

    For anyone that's also wondering the answer: you need to build the libraries yourself. Check out Installing Qt Mobility on Windows 7 for more information and required steps.

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    Re: Compiling Qt Mobility Problem

    It seems there is no Win32 implementation in QtMobility project yet. Note: I'm only talking about QtLocation now - I haven't checked the other modules. I was able to build QtMobility for Win32 but calling say QGeoPositionInfoSource::createDefaultSource() returned a NULL pointer due to unsupported platform.

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    Re: Compiling Qt Mobility Problem

    Indeed there is not real backend for Win32. However there is a generic NMEA based backend which can be connected to a QIODevice. It works pretty much cross platform as long as your GPS device can provide you NMEA data. Unfortunately until 5 mins ago the class was not mentioned as part of the location overview page but you can reach the class via the general class listing.

    Here is the direct link:
    http://doc.qt.nokia.com/qt-mobility-...nfosource.html

    Note that the above URL is regularly updated based on last 24hrs of development. Therefore you may find things in it which you have not seen in the tp2 docs.

    And yes, you have to build QtMobility from source for all platforms but Symbian.

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    Alex

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