Hi all, especially sezero and kai,
I have created a qt git repo and patched it according to the threads here and your suggestions for fixes. I have submitted a merge request to the main Qt repo, link: http://qt.gitorious.org/qt/qt/merge_requests/2308
I hope there's no issues with it :) You're free to check it yourself, just download the source tarball (right side of screen) from http://qt.gitorious.org/~rubenvb/qt/rubenvb-qt/commits/4.6
Thanks again, now onto a 1.0 official release package!
Nice! I hope your patches go in soon and we have a QT that builds and runs out of the box with mingw-w64.
the repository http://qt.gitorious.org/~rubenvb/qt/rubenvb-qt contains all patches needed for a fully working Qt (now with included sql-oci and sql-odbc). The 4.6-mingw64-Webkit branch contains the already-submitted-patches-to-Webkit.org, but are already applied in that branch to provide a working webkit installation.
How to compile and what is required is described in the repository description and will be updated when needed. Just click on 4.6-mingw64 or 4.6-mingw64-webkit and then on your right-hand side click download as tarball. Then normal Qt install/build rules apply (except maybe that you'll need to run syncqt to get the headers installed).
Webkit patches are already submitted and awaiting approval at webkit.org: https://bugs.webkit.org/show_bug.cgi?id=34922
Thanks again to kai and sezero, couldn't have done it without their dedication!
For anyone searching for a way to get Qt to work, here is the wiki entry by myself with (very) detailed instuctions on how to do it:
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