[mythtv] Cross-compiling on Mac OS X 10.6 to 10.4 (tiger)
nigel at ind.tansu.com.au
Tue Oct 19 05:00:40 UTC 2010
> I've read a bunch of pages on QT... and in the end I downloaded it precompiled for v4.7 for the Mac "Carbon" framework since Qt's Cocoa-only support doesn't support Mac 10.4.
Yes, but only if you build it that way.
% .osx-packager/src/qt-everywhere-opensource-src-4.6.0/configure --help
-Fstring ........... Add an explicit framework path.
-fw string ......... Add an explicit framework.
-cocoa ............. Build the Cocoa version of Qt. Note that -no-framework
and -static is not supported with -cocoa. Specifying
this option creates Qt binaries that requires Mac OS X
10.5 or higher.
Future versions of Qt may be Cocoa only, but for now,
osx-packager doesn't ask for it, and the resultant Qt
should be Carbon+Cocoa.
> Hopefully in the end I can simply copy the Qt Mac Framework directories over to the AppleTV and have that work. I think myth is currently compiling against 4.6 headers which managed to get on the build path from an earlier failed build attempt but hopefully that doesn't matter.
> I'm not sure how to cross-compile MythTV for 10.4.
Neither am I, but I will attempt to run 10.6.4 built binaries
on 10.4, and if necessary try some 10.4 target builds for you.
Meanwhile, there should be plenty of Web or Wiki pages that
describe how people compiled for the ATV in the past?
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