Win32 Cross-Compilation contrib.sh references non-existent resource.
When attempting to setup for cross-compilation, running
./contrib.sh attempts to wget http://rohityadav.in/files/contribs/qt4-4.8-win32-bin.tar.bz2 which fails. The domain expired on 3-17 this year.
No file by this name appears to be available anywhere from qt.io and it is unclear what the contents were supposed to be in total.
Additionally, contrib.sh fails to
set -u which means that this failure is buried in the middle of several other successful steps. There is so much output that my default history length trims the failure, I had to use less to catch it. Plus, the last thing that the user sees is the output from a 7z extraction which proudly proclaims that "Everything is OK" further masking the issue.
This dependency should, at least, extract the win32 moc binary to contrib/tools/moc.exe, instead we are unable to pass the required path to moc as QT_MOC_EXECUTABLE to cmake and cannot continue the build steps. Cross compilation to windows on a fresh installation does not appear to be possible at this time.