KHEM, Thanks again I had and have little or not much to work with and had/have no idea. Now I do have more to work with, especially archival. I still am none to sure where I am going with this, foreward with new vocabulary and understanding (saavy).
I am positive this all fits together with the other five and future semesters, so keep em comming, (more semesters) and keep up the good work more Continuing Education Credits.
Including the IEEE University, I see these classes as a success to date.
Ok, I think I understand now; QT is a framework to build graphical oriented applications. I think I saw other discussion about just using Eclipse CDT to build simpler applications, like command line oriented apps for the target embedded Linux. Thanks.
@KaRobotics: is it for your desktop? you can install ubuntu and boot from USB flash. its user friendly to install and use but if its for a embedded device then generate using OpenEmbedded/Yocto would be easier
@RogerCoffee QT is a graphical framework, then QTCreator is a IDE used to develop applications using QT libraries and what we learnt today was to use these to buidl applications using Yocto SDK plugged underneath the QTcreator to build applications.
I have to admit I'm a bit lost in the relationships and purposes of the SDKs, IDEs, etc. Is there an overall process flow diagram that illustrates the steps and tools used to build a application for the target embedded Linux device?
There are the cross compiler, the native applications, and the native headers for code generation. There are also the build tools such as Eclipse and QEMU. Finally, there are tools to make your life easier such as oprofile and lttng.
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Is the reference to "application development" in the context of application programs that will run on the target embedded Linux that Yocto is used to build? If so then I assume the SDK is Eclipse based and hence it has C/C+ compilers. I suspect you will get to this in today's lecture, but what is the QT environment a plugin for Eclipse specifically focused at the embedded Linux app development?
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