Firstly, there's really no clear instructions on getting it to build the device and simulator related targets.
Assuming one has done:
I then did (which compiled fine however, didn't build anything for qnx):
The instructions speaking about non-unix builds suggested one would:
This looked promising at first (you could clearly see it calling the qcc binary). However it eventually failed during the compilation stage:
~/PCRE/pcrecpp.cc: In static member function 'static bool pcrecpp::Arg::parse_longlong_radix(const char*, int, void*, int)':
~/PCRE/pcrecpp.cc:820: error: 'strtoq' was not declared in this scope
~/PCRE/pcrecpp.cc: In static member function 'static bool pcrecpp::Arg::parse_ulonglong_radix(const char*, int, void*, int)':
~/PCRE/pcrecpp.cc:852: error: 'strtouq' was not declared in this scope
This is either a user error or error due to the port. Not sure. Could you shed some light on this?