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Tag Archives: symbian
It’s been some time since my last update on the Qt for Symbian Linux installer. My colleague Bruno Abinader did a great job in the meantime, by releasing his own modified “all-in-one” script that installed gnupoc, Qt, Qt Mobility and … Continue reading
Qt 4.6.2 was released last Monday, so I took some time to update the GnuPoc and Qt installer scripts I previously released for 4.6.1. Besides the upgrade to Qt 4.6.2, there are other minor changes: Both installers now check MD5 … Continue reading
***For Qt 4.6.2 and S60 3.1 SDK support, be sure to read the updated post*** Update (2010-01-27): New version of Qt installer (v2). Qt 4.6.1 was released last Tuesday, so I took some time to update my Linux support patches … Continue reading
*** These instructions have been superseded by the GnuPoc and Qt for Symbian unofficial installers, described in this post*** Update (2009-09-24): Add workaround for GCCE issue. Update (2009-10-05): Update gnupoc patch to apply against 20091005 snapshot. Remove workarounds from … Continue reading
Update (2009-09-06): Add instructions for generating the .sis file Update (2009-09-16): Rebase GIT clone against 4.6 branch; update gnupoc patch (V3); add instructions for patch_capabilities.pl Update (2009-09-17): A few textual fixes; fixes added to the GIT tree; new gnupoc patch … Continue reading
*** These instructions have been superseded by the GnuPoc and Qt for Symbian unofficial installers, described in this post*** Update (2009-08-04): fixed qt_s60_gnupoc.patch (thanks grego), plus a few text additions. Update (2009-08-21): update instructions to support S60 5.0 too. … Continue reading