Supporting a new platform

Published Monday February 28th, 2011
5 Comments on Supporting a new platform
Posted in Lighthouse, Qt

Ok, maybe not as exciting as the Android port, but nevertheless – Qt/master now builds and runs [1] on INTEGRITY, a Real-Time Operating System by Green Hills Software. So, if you ever wanted to run your QML app on a ~150 kb micro-kernel, here’s your chance ๐Ÿ™‚

If you happen to be close to Nรผrnberg, come visit us at the embedded world show, where we show a QML app running on INTEGRITY with a decent 40 fps average.

The patches were kindly donated by Rolland Dudemaine, who went as far as implementing a frame buffer and input API in INTEGRITY just for Qt. Many thanks for your contribution, Rolland!

[1] Disclaimer – only the QWS windowing system is currently supported. Some JavaScriptCore patches are still pending for review and are not in Qt/master yet. Contact Rolland if you have commercial interest in running your Qt or Qt Quick application on INTEGRITY.

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Mazur says:

This is awesome news and very important for many people still! ๐Ÿ™‚

Marty Jack says:

Wow. I haven’t thought about Green Hills since I used their Motorola 68000 compiler in about 1985 or so. Amazing. They are still alive and look to be doing well.

Thomas Senyk says:


Although the “Lighthouse”-tag seams wrong ๐Ÿ™‚
Any plans of making a Qt 4.8 Lighthouse port for INTEGRITY?

Harald Fernengel says:

@Thomas: I consider QWS the “stable version of Lighthouse” ๐Ÿ™‚ But yes, I’m sure the patches will be updated once Lighthouse is stable.

@Thomas : Although it isn’t in the public source repository, Lighthouse runs well on INTEGRITY too.

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