I'm currently trying to compile Qt for OpenWrt, but the build dir doesn't contain the Makefile which sets up qmake with the new sysroot.
I used Pauk Deng's package for OpenWrt from https://github.com/pauldeng/qt5-openwrt-package/, he even has a video compiling it himself: https://youtu.be/4yuvjuDuCLY?t=578
I even tried it with the Qt Version he used and the OpenWrt SDK he used, but that didn't work out, too.
At 9:38 you see him executing
make install, but my build directory is almost empty, not containing the files from Qt:
.autoremove .built .built_check .configured_68b329da9893e34099c7d8ad5cb9c940 .pkgdir/ .prepared_24157ecafdbf5c4c05dc09ec5970f008_18f1e190c5d53547fed41a3eaa76e9e9 .prepared_24157ecafdbf5c4c05dc09ec5970f008_18f1e190c5d53547fed41a3eaa76e9e9_check
Here are the Dockerfile, Makefile, etc.: https://github.com/wille-io/openwrt-qt5-test
Get the Docker container here: docker pull willeio/openwrt-qt5-test:latest (https://hub.docker.com/repository/docker/willeio/openwrt-qt5-test)
What am I doing wrong that the build_dir for qt is empty and doesn't contain the Makefile that is needed to install Qt?