[PyQt] make error when statically building Python for cross-compiling to android from linux

umbertofilippo umbertofilippo at tiscali.it
Wed Oct 11 20:17:03 BST 2017

Thanks again Phil,

apparently with Python 3.5.3 it worked fine.

Just one note:

As I said, I created a symbolic link in my target-specific (android) 
system root directory that points to the corresponding target-specific 
(android) Qt installation.

My android-root is testApp/sysroot-android. To create the symlink I did 

     cd /home/umberto/Documents/apps/testApp/sysroot-android/

     ln -s /home/umberto/Qt5.9.1/5.9.1/android_armv7/

Is that correct?

I am asking just because I expected the output from the python build to 
fill that directory.

Instead I have a ":" folder within the Python target folder with 
subdirectories like:


Just asking, because as it is the first time for me going that far, I'd 
like to make sure at least this step is correct.

Really grateful for all the help you already gave me until now!


On 11/10/2017 11:08, Phil Thompson wrote:
> On 10/10/2017 23:16, umbertofilippo at tiscali.it wrote:
>> Thanks again
>> If I see as the first (chronologically last) line
>> v1.3.2 4th March 2017
>>   - Added support for Python v2.7.13, v3.4.6, v3.5.3 and v3.6.0.
>> this means I'd better use one of these python version as both
>> source/target?
> Yes.
> Phil

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