From: Ian Scott <scottim@im...> - 2011-09-27 13:52:02
Subject: Re: [Vxl-users] Cross-compiling host:windows/linux target: QNX
Date: Tue, 27 Sep 2011 14:49:02 +0100
From: Ian Scott <scottim@...>
To: Félix Robles <felrobelv@...>
The "Found Open Cl? NO" isn't an error, it is just a detected
If you look through the output, you'll find it littered with actual
"CMake Error: TRY_RUN() invoked in cross-compiling mode, please set the
following cache variables appropriately:
For details see C:/Users/CATEC/Desktop/ViconDoc/bin/TryRunResults.cmake
VXL's CMake scripts are trying to find some config settings by
compiling, linking and running a small piece of code. Since you are
cross compiling, you will have to set those values yourself. You might
be able to ignore the variables ending in __TRYRUN_OUTPUT.
On 26/09/2011 15:52, Félix Robles wrote:
> I'd like to know if it's possible to crosscompile VXL libraries from a
> windows or linux host to a QNX target, using the qcc (a version of gcc)
> compiler. I've tried it but had no luck for now. I'm stuck when In a x86
> windows 7 machine, I use CMake configure option, then select Eclipse
> CDT4 - Unix Makefiles//, select "specify options for cross-compiling.
> Then I configure the qnx qcc compiler.Then I click configure and the
> result is a "configuring incomplete, errors ocurred".
> I don't know if it's important, but it says the it didn't find OpenCL,
> which is logical as it's not supported in qnx. If that's important,
> perhaps it's impossible to cross-compile to qnx?
> The whole output is in here: http://pastebin.com/6GQTW5JG
> Actually, what I need to use is "just" the vnl part (vnl_double_3,
> vnl_vector, vnl_vector_fixed, vnl_matops, vnl_resize...), and the
> Also, I don't know if this message would fit better in the dev/bug
> mailing list.
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