IsItQt to check if a program is Qt-based and which version Qt was used



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    Introduction
    As the developer behind "IsItQt":http://sourceforge.com/p/isitqt I have found it my job to present a full-featured documentation on the installation and usage of the program.

    Summary
    Objective
    IsItQt is a cross-platform (Linux and Windows, Mac support coming soon) console application to identify if the program was created using Qt and in most cases, using which version of Qt was it created.
    How does it work?
    IsItQt reads in the binary which you want to scan... Reads the binary code, parses it and outputs the results: if it's Qt-based, and which version of Qt was used.

    Installation
    IsItQt is portable: it is a single file program. Just download the binary by clicking the green download button on the project's homepage as shown below - your operating system is detected, and the binary chosen accordingly. To download an older binary or other useful components, browse the Files tab.
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    Windows
    On Windows, after installing the executable, run it as usual by double-clicking it.
    Linux
    On Linux, move into the directory you saved the binary in, and run it by the following command:
    [quote]./binaryname[/quote]

    Usage
    Windows
    On Windows give the file directory in the following format:
    [quote]C:\Folder1\executablename.exe[/quote]
    The above example assumes that the executable you want to test is in the C: drive under the Folder1 folder, named executable.exe
    Note
    All Windows executables end in .exe extension and you have to end the name in .exe

    Linux
    The directory should be in the following format: [quote]/home/user1/folder2/binary1[/quote]
    Where the home folder is in root and holds the folder user1 which in turn holds the executable binary1
    !http://www.cplusplus.com/articles/y3TbqMoL/scr2.png(Screenshot 2)!
    Note
    On the other hand, Linux executables have no particular extension. So just use the file name.


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