With the Raspberry Pi being a cheap and popular embedded platform, which is perfectly capable of running Wt applications, we reguarly recieve questions on how to compile Wt on the Raspberry Pi.
The easy solution is of course to simply apt-get install Wt on your Raspberry Pi - Wt is packaged in raspbian. However, this does not help you if you want to build your own Wt, or if you want to run your own Wt application on the Raspberry Pi. While the performance of a Wt application on the Raspberry Pi is great, the compilation time of that application on the Raspberry Pi is not that great. Instead of wasting time waiting for native Raspberry Pi compilations, we highly recommend to use a cross compiler.
Cross-compiling Wt is a straight-forward process once you get your cross compilation environment configured. The latter seems a bit difficult, so we documented our method to set up this cross-compilation environment in our wiki.