MADDE tech preview continues: Integration into QtCreator

February 26, 2010 at 20:47 | Posted in Uncategorized | 5 Comments

Some time ago, we published a tech preview of MADDE as a new cross-compilation tool, which runs on Windows, Linux and Mac OSX. MADDE is a command line tool, which allows to compile C/C++ and Qt applications for Maemo5. We got a lot of positive feedback, as the tool is easy to set up and to use. It smoothes the set up of the development environment, significantly for Windows-users.

Now the tech preview is extended by adding another feature. During the next week, we will give you instructions on how to integrate MADDE into QtCreator, step by step, and for each system – Windows, Linux and Mac OS X. It will work with a preview of QtCreator, but all the instructions you will find in the wiki. With today’s post we published already the instructions for Windows users. Check them out and feel free to let us know what you think about it.

Hopefully some of you find time to be at the Mobile Dev Camp in Helsinki tomorrow, to chat about your thoughts and experiences with Maemo development.



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  1. How can I revert the setting to PC suite mode?

    • You open the mad-developer client and click on “Manage Usb” and then choose “g_nokia”. This should do the trick. I will add a section to the wiki later.

  2. I got it, but I could not figure out Windows side.

    So I removed PC-connectivity package from Windows, and it seems that I can use PC-suite mode as before.

    Please add how to revert it without uninstalling PC-connectivity package from Windows, too 🙂

  3. finally, what i was looking for since you guys MADDE available.


    // chall3ng3r //

  4. Thank you very much!
    I would also appreciate some level of integration with Visual Studio.

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