Thanks for reading this and taking pity on me!
Sorry if this is a frequent topic, but I've googled, read forums till my eyes tired, read many pages, but I keep coming up against a dead end. All the sites I've found have dead links to the cross-compilation tools.
I'm a noob to the development scene for Zaurus, but I've been a software developer for years, and am finding it frustrating to get started.
I want to be able to write programs for the Zaurus, probably Cacko based for my 860. I can run windows if necessary, but preferably linux, for the cross-compilation. I've gotten the qt development stuff running on linux (SuSE9.2 desktop) and had the example programs build OK; not got very far with the designer wizards for the GUI stuff. I've even started downloading stuff listed at http://www.ailis.de/~k/docs/crosscompiling/toolchain.php to try and build my own cross compiler, but I don't know how up to date the details are - all the packages listed are quite old!
Can someone point me to
- what to download (with working links) for either linux or windows for the QT design tool
- a short tutorial on writing the first GUI version of hello world on the PC so I can run it on the PC to test
- how to cross-compile it for the Z, with links to the cross compiler download tools
I think I can build an ipkg, it doesn't look too hard; I've build solaris packages and done stuff with debian packages, freebsd ports, so I'm no idiot!
Thanks for your time,