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QT on windows Mobile 6.5
Julien last edited by
I am starting with Qt.
We have a current application running on Windows Mobile 6.5 and implemented using .Net Compact.
I would like to "convert" it to Qt as it would give richer and more possibilities on UI. (and also more cross-platform possibilities)
=> is this kind of porting very difficult ( of course i understand it depends on the business logic behing linked ot the app) but is QT implemented in such way that interface to do that are farily simple?
=> is it even recommended to do this or would it be better to try to enhance the current application and use Qt for new application, i.e. starting from scratch.
alexander last edited by
I guess, better to use Qt in new application.
giesbert last edited by
If you were using .Net, did you use C++ managed or C#?
Qt is C++, unmanaged, so this is a big difference. In general, I think, Qt is easy to use, so if your code is well structured, it should be easy to port (depends on the definitioin of easy :-) )
But with porting, I think you should create a new app and convert step by step the old code....
filippos last edited by
Just develop it from scratch.