Since the last version of Qt SDK doesn't ship Qt mobility 1.2.0 for the simulator, I had to recompile it myself. Since it took me some time, I write a step by step how to to help people who are trying to do the same thing.
The only real problem is that the SDK for windows doesn't include all the headers files needed to compile the sources. So I copied them from my linux installation of the SDK.
- Make sure you have the latest version of Qt SDK. As I write it it is the version 1.1.2, including Qt 4.7.3 and Qt mobility 1.1.3. In my case the SDK is installed into c:\QtSDK.
- Get the sources of qt mobility for the simulator from its git repository. Note that it is not the same repository as for Symbian or desktop version.
- Two directories are missing in the the simulator source on windows:
- In a windows console, set up the PATH to include all the needed tools. You need qmake from the Simulator SDK, perl, and makew32-make:
- Run configure. In my case I didn't need the messaging module and since it requires dependencies I removed it from the list of modules using the -modules argument of the command:
configure -modules "bearer contacts gallery location publishsubscribe multimedia systeminfo serviceframework sensors versit organizer feedback connectivity"
- Run the make command:
- Finally install everything: