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Archived Talk:Setting up environment for Qt Mobility API
The problems I have encountered so far are that the file in the SDK
"qt-mobility-1.0.0-beta1-libraries5.0.zip" needed to be put in path
"C:\S60\devices\S60_5th_Edition_SDK_v0.9" extracts into epoc32
The example source code "C:\qt-mobility-src-1.0.0-beta1\examples\weatherinfo"
The instructions to compile examples dont seem to work. I resorted to the following commands in another Qt document cant remember where:-
C:\qt-mobility-src-1.0.0-beta1\examples\weatherinfo>qmake -makefile weatherinfo.pro
Processing weatherinfo_release-gcce.pkg... Created weatherinfo_unsigned.sis.
Successfully created weatherinfo.sis for release-gcce using certificate: Self Signed! C:\C:\qt-mobility-src-1.0.0-beta1\examples\weatherinfo>
UPDATE:- The command string for QtMobility seems to be condensed to qmake -makefile make release-gcce make runonphone The last one make runonphone is a new function which transfers to a phone when connected. This just leaves a self signed sis file, or signed developer file.
Well thats the story so far. Tried setup with usual commands,manually, just wont seem work Thanks Jim
- Hi Jim,
- So did you get it working or not? The steps I mentioned in the article are well tested on Windows XP and Windows Vista OS. I did not mention how to build the examples which come under Qt Mobility plugin, rather I explained how one can use the Qt Mobility APIs to build their own new applications.
- Please let me know if you still find any confusion or problem.
- -- 10:25, 15 March 2010 (UTC)