Qt for Android Automotive Known Issues and Limitations
Qt for Android Automotive at the current stage has the following limitations:
- Only one board is currently supported by the community: the SA8155P Automotive Development Platform. For more information see: Qt Community Targets.
- Only communication with JNI and Qt Remote Objects back end types is possible.
- Qt 6.2 only.
- The solution's approach means we do not control the lower layers.
Known issues, bugs or defects
Issue in Qt Interface Framework 6.2.5
The ifcodegen virtualenv from the installer is packaged with an old python version (3.6.8), which causes building the HVAC examples to fail.
A fix will be available in 6.2.6, but can be supplied on demand if required. Contatct Qt for more information.
We need the libffi package, explicitly libffi6, to be installed on a Linux development host environment. This remains true even if a newer version is already available in the system.
You can do this like so:
sudo apt install libffi6
CMake is the preferred project configuration format
Although in our examples qmake (.pro) project's files are available, the CMake format is preferred, as qmake ones might need manual adjustments to work correctly on some Windows-based hosts.
Please log any issues you may find via by following the instructions at Reporting.
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