Cross-compiling QtWebKit for Windows on Linux using MinGW

In this post I'll show you how to configure and compile a MinGW toolchain for cross-compilation on Linux, then how to build Qt using this toolchain and finally compile the Qt port of WebKit from trunk.

QtWebKit cross compilation with GCC for ARM-Linux

When I tried to cross compile QtWebKit for ARM-Linux, I didn't find any clear description, so I have decided to write a blogpost about it. It's not too hard, but if you have never done something like this, it can be a little bit confusing. In this post, I will describe this method in some simple steps.

Compiling QtWebkit with RVCT for ARM-Linux

There are a lot of make specifications in Qt, but none of them is suitable for RVCT compilation. So, if you want to compile QtWebKit with RVCT, you have two options: either you create a new specification or you can use an existing one with wrapper scripts. In this post I'll describe the second option.

WebKitGtk+ cross compilation for ARM

WebKitGtk+ cross compilation consists of two parts. First, you need a cross compiler and the library dependencies of WebKitGtk+. Next, you have to setup the build system properly. You can reach this with some wrapper scripts.

Compiling WebKitGTK+ on Scratchbox for ARM platform

If we would like to build WebKitGTK+ for ARM platform, Scratchbox could be a good choice. In this post I will show, how we can install and setup Scratchbox to build WebKitGTK+. First, we have to install the Scratchbox and its ARM target. Next, we install some libraries to WebKitGTK+.
Let's see how we can do that.

Building QtWebKit on Windows

When I tried to build QtWebKit on Windows the first time, I realized it was a more complex task than on Linux. I experimented a lot to make building, testing and WebKit scripts work correctly. I decided that I would fix imperfect scripts and write a blogpost about this topic to relieve WebKit developers sufferings.

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