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Future of QtSDK

  • Hi folks,
    Maybe my question can appear stupid.. But I can't understand what will be the future of QtSDK after aquisition by Digia. The SDK was a part of Nokia, or it's supported from qt-project's community as open-source? Now, at this moment, the SDK installation was removed from ..It will avaible again in future? Thank you all.

  • Moderators

    Why do I keep replying to the same question every day for the last 2 weeks? Is actually looking for information before asking a question that hard? ...

    Anyway, please don't take that too personally, or to put it differently - take it personally, but spread the guilt on all those before you ;)

    Nokia Qt SDK is still available, you just need to scroll down to the bottom of the download page. Currently SDK for Qt4 is available for commercial customers from Digia. Qt Project SDK (open sourced) is also on the way. So far it includes Qt 2.6 and Qt5 beta 2, but Qt4 will also be included soon. You can get it by downloading beta 2 packages or getting the source from gitorious.

  • Emm... I'm sorry sierdzio! ..Maybe you don't belive me, but I can assure you that I was looking on qt-projects and on web from 2 or 3 days, but I'm confused. I must have looked bad.. Excuse me, really! Nothing of personally, you are right. :-)

    I have seen the link for downloading the SDK from I also already have installed SDK 1.2.1 at this moment, but updates on nokia repository are not working. I was only wondering what about happening tomorrow, to the open-source version. Now you explained to me fine!

    Thank you very much for your reply (and excuse me for my terrible english!) ;-)

  • Moderators

    No worries, I'm not really angry ;)

    Your English is quite good :)

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