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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...
lgeyer last edited by
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]
Scylla last edited by
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:
- When you guys think that 4.8.0 will be released?
- 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?