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How to add the tool-chain mingw to qt ?
My OS is openSUSE 12.2
and I've installed mingw by typing this: zypper install mingw32-cross-gcc mingw32-cross-gcc-c++ mingw32-libjpeg-devel mingw32-libpng-devel mingw32-libqt4 mingw32-libqt4-devel mingw32-libtiff-devel mingw32-zlib-devel
Now i need to add it to qt so i must do ?? What i know is that in Qt 4.8 wich is my current version i should go to projects->Tool chain manage->manual->add mingw but i can't figure out what i must add in it ??
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perhaps this helps:
i visited that link before and no it didn't helped me in any way
You can't add a cross-compiler, add the mingw32-libqt4 to your Qt versions in QtCreator, then you should be good.
and how to add the mingw32-libqt4 to my qt ??
Options -> Build&Run -> Qt Versions
so the command that i typed to install the mingw is not usefull ! i need to "download" mingw32-libqt4!
Do you have any idea where i get it ??
Sure it's useful, you have installed a cross-compiled Qt version.
What is the problem with adding this Qt version to QtCreator ?
well i need to cross compile my application created in qt with mingw and i can't find the way ?!
Once you have added mingw32-libqt4 to QtCreator, it's there to be used to compile your project, reconfigure your project to use that version of Qt.
so what i must add "file extension" to my Qt Creator 2.5.0 Based on Qt 4.8.1 (64 bit) and how exactly ??
Did you at least try to do what I suggested ?