I'm using 4.1.2 for both GCC and G++.  Red Hat's yum reports that there are no new versions (in their repository anyway) to update to.

I did run bitbake qt4-embedded and it appears to have worked, so I guess I'm to the same point as you are.

I was planning to use Qt Creator as the IDE for development.  I'm assuming I can point Qt Creator at the Qt Embedded libraries that were created by bitbake?  I extracted the overo-oe/tmp/deploy/glibc/angstrom-2009.X-test-20100126-armv7a-linux-gnueabi-toolchain-qte files to the root of the file system on my development environment, so I'll try and work from there.


On Mon, Feb 1, 2010 at 5:11 PM, Grahame Jordan <gbj@theforce.com.au> wrote:
Hi,

It took me some time to get this to work.  You need to ensure that you have the correct versions of gcc and g++. I am using 4.3 in both cases.
There are other dependencies you may have to work with.

bitbake qt4-embedded will create the libraries that you need to compile qt applications for the overo.

I need help from this point though.

Cheers

Grahame Jordan

coderdrone@gmail.com wrote:
Hi,

Does anyone out there develop Qt Embedded software for the Gumstix Overo Earth?  Our development workstation is running Red Hat Enterprise Linux.  I recently signed up for a 30-day trial of the Commercial version of Qt Embedded, but am having trouble installing it on the Red Hat workstation for cross compiling.  Is there any guide or anything for the steps to go through to get this up and running for Overo?  I have been working through Qt Embedded's install instructions (the ./configure <params>;gmake;gmake install steps) but keep getting various compiler errors.

We've been working through some of these errors, but the more we fix, the more that seems to come up at compile time.  So I'm just wondering if there is a simpler way to get this up and running.

Also, when using the Commercial version of Qt Embedded, is there a separate Commercial Qt API that gets installed on the Gumstix?  I noticed that OpenEmbedded has a bitbake recipe for "meta-toolchain-qte" that creates a Qt Embedded tar.gz file that I can extract to the gumstix, but didn't know if this can actually be used with the commercial version.

A bit confused here...

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