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    Default QT 4.5 embedded Cross-compile for non-gui device

    Hey All;

    I've got a arm based device that has no GUI display on it.
    I would still like to use the QtCore, QtNetwork, and QtXml libraries on it.
    Thus the question;

    Is there an easy there an easy way to turn off cross-compilation of the GUI related libraries ? or do I have to go through a massive list of -no-feature-<feature> configure options ?

    Does anyone have a sample of their ./configure settings to do this sort of thing that they could post ?

    J.Kane

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    Default Re: QT 4.5 embedded Cross-compile for non-gui device

    So no easy way to turn off all GUI library components ...
    Well I guess I'll have to do it the hard way.

    I've got the library partially building under OpenWRT but the compile currently errors out on GUI related material.

    Is there any way to just compile QtCore ?

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