Some tools, like qmake (I have not used them for anything except making CMake satisfied).
What does not
The installer. Installer is completely unworkable. Since the installer is likely built on Qt own Installer Framework, I expect other installers using it to be also broken.
Some tools like windeployqt don't work, because they cannot find c:\Users\qt\work\ . Seems like a default value, which have not been overriden by installer because I have unpacked Qt without using an installer (see in workarounds).
To unpack an installer using Qt Installer Framework there is a dirty solution (we would need a clean one, involving finding all the necessary info in the installer, but it is not implemented yet). Anyway, QIF relies on 7zip toncompress the data.
What was not tested
To make Linux-native CMake satisfied one needs to create a shell script `qmake` calling `qmake.exe` via Wine. Also some cmake scripts in the unpacked distro need to be patched to point to Linux-native Qt tools (for example the ones installed from packages).
The apps using Qt can be cross-built with CMake + CLang + toolchain file.
|Operating system||Test date||Wine version||Installs?||Runs?||Used|
|Current||Ubuntu 19.04 "Disco" amd64 (+ variants like Kubuntu)||Apr 14 2019||4.6-staging||No||Not installable||Yes||Garbage||KOLANICH|