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Qt SDK with Visual Studio 2010 Compiler



  • I want to build my applications with MSVC 2010 compiler.

    What is the best approach to reach the following results:

    • The base should be the SDK, because i would like to have the as example documentation and examples also installed.
    • QtCreator, QtDesigner as well as the Qt-Libs should be built with MSVC2010, to allow me the easy compilation of plugins and so on.
    • At the end i want the same thing as i would use the SDK Installer, but everything compiled with VC2010.

    Can someone guide me in that to make it correct?

    Thanks in advance...



  • Well, I guess you should start by installing the MSVC2010 build of the Qt libraries. These are found in the SDK as well.



  • No, there is only 2005 and 2008 available. 2010 seems not to be available in the SDK.
    [quote author="Lukas Geyer" date="1321975176"]Well, I guess you should start by installing the MSVC2010 build of the Qt libraries. These are found in the SDK as well.[/quote]



  • It's available in the 4.8.0RC test section of the installer.



  • That's a great tip, thanks.

    That gives me 2 more questions:

    1. When you guys think that 4.8.0 will be released?
    2. If I want to compile my own plugin for the Creator and Designer to publish my own Ui Widgets compiled with VC10, what I have to do all?

    [quote author="Scylla" date="1321978879"]It's available in the 4.8.0RC test section of the installer. [/quote]



  • Okay, i did now a lot of tests and the result is the following:

    We use now Qt 4.8.0 RC and it works just fine with the MSVC 2010 compiler. That is now fine, because i expect that it will be released very soon.

    So far the Qt-Creator seems to be compiled with MSVC 2008 against Qt 4.7.4. Will that change to 4.8.0 when it gets released?


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