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Hi! I've been trying to compile qt3/free under msvc for about a week but so far with no success! can somebody please explain how the heck i can do it? please do it step by step , because I guess i must be pretty dumb. [i'm sorry if this post sounds a little aggresive, but it's driving me CrAZy!!] thanks [smile] [Edited by - odi on November 24, 2005 2:36:13 PM]

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Hi!
I've been trying to compile qt3/free under msvc for about a week but so far with no success!
can somebody please explain how the heck i can do it?
please do it step by step , because I guess i must be pretty dumb.
[i'm sorry if this post sounds a little aggresive, but it's driving me CrAZy!!]
thanks [smile]


1. You can't really say "QT IS A SOB!!!" when you're not dealing with an official version.

2. You might want to try the OFFICIAL Qt4 for windows (GPL licensed) that ZMaster suggested. However, it does not support Visual Studio, only MinGW.

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Hi!
I've been trying to compile qt3/free under msvc for about a week but so far with no success!
can somebody please explain how the heck i can do it?
please do it step by step , because I guess i must be pretty dumb.
[i'm sorry if this post sounds a little aggresive, but it's driving me CrAZy!!]
thanks [smile]


1. You can't really say "QT IS A SOB!!!" when you're not dealing with an official version.

2. You might want to try the OFFICIAL Qt4 for windows (GPL licensed) that ZMaster suggested. However, it does not support Visual Studio, only MinGW.


Point taken [smile]
but i still want to use the vs...

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Use Qt 4.0.1 directly from Trolltech and then have a look at http://qtwin.sf.net/ which has patches to allow compilation using MS VC++.

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Use Qt 4.0.1 directly from Trolltech and then have a look at http://qtwin.sf.net/ which has patches to allow compilation using MS VC++.


One last question:
ok, I try to use this qConfigure from the patch form the windows console
but i keep getting the error :
'nmake' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.

(when i use the vs2005 console and its nmake - it doesn't recognize windows.h)
how can i do this?

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Of course by using Qt for free, I hope you're planning on giving away all of the source code you link to it under the GPL, and post it on a web site so that everybody can download it *even if you plan on using whatever you do in-house*. You might as well give us read-only access to your hard drives.


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