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Qt5 (minimal) on Beaglebone, with Yocto

Introduction:

This post publishes the method to build Qt5 for Beaglebone. To build Qt5 for Beaglebone, the below repos are needed:

poky
meta-oe
meta-ti
meta-qt5

Downloading the configuration files:

git clone git://git.yoctoproject.org/poky
cd poky
git clone https://github.com/openembedded/meta-oe
git clone git://git.yoctoproject.org/meta-ti
git clone git@github.com:prabindh/meta-qt5.git

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Moksha - HTML5 CSS Data Visualisation Demonstration on AM335x with Snowshoe/Qt5

Introduction:

In order to demonstrate HTML5 capabilities of TI Sitara platforms (AM335x) with SGX, Moksha tool is built. Moksha is a simple CSS layout that showcases capbility of Qt5.0.1 Webkit2 browser, and Snowshoe - QML wrapper around Webkit2. Using HTML5/CSS/JS, UIs can be developed and deployed on desktops as well as HTML5 compliant browsers available on AM335x.

Dependencies:

Obtain the kernel, rootfs with SGX drivers from below link:

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Qt 5.0.0 Final (Dec 2012) - on TI Linux platforms with SGX

Introduction:

5.0.0 version of Qt5 is now available on TI platforms. Configuration of Qt5 can be done with the conf files available at the below tree.

https://github.com/prabindh/qt-configs/tree/master/qt5_1.0_Dec12

5.1 version (Alpha) information is available at,

http://gpupowered.org/node/21

Steps:

- Download the latest Qt5 archive from

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Qt5 on TI platforms - with Xcb (part 2)

This is a temporary location for this post, and would ideally move to a Qt blog, or tigraphics post - please do not link directly here

Introduction:

This short post covers the background of Qt5, architectural details, configuring for xcb build with TI SGX Graphics drivers, building, and known issues. This post does not cover building QtWebkit. If looking for an eglfs build and related information refer to the previous post at below link. http://gpupowered.org/node/8.

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