Opensource Qt Creator Licensing
I am writing a C++ application and I would like to use Qt Creator to do it. If I use The opensource version of Qt Creator, but I do not use any aspect of the Qt framework do I still have to release my code under LGPL? Does the licensing apply to the Qt framework and not the IDE, or both?
If use Creator to compile your app but do not use ANY Qt features in the code so
the end EXE file do not depend on any QT libs/dlls,
u are free to do whatever u want.
@mrjj Thank you!
Just so u know.
You can keep your app closed source if you use the Qt Dlls.
That is use dynamic linking.
Qt is a super nice frame work so using it provides huge benefit over
Even for console apps.
But I can see the idea of just pure c++ development as it is a nice editor :)