Which Operating system and Qt development tools/libraries combination do you use for development?



  • I want a poll where people can vote. Unfortunately, I do not see a option to create a Poll. Hence this question.

    I expect objective precise answers like below:

    Kubuntu 14.04 + Official installer
    Kubuntu 17.04 + repository
    Manjaro 17.0.1 + repository
    Win 7 + Official installer



  • No replies yet !

    Let mine be first:
    Manjaro 17.0.1 + repository


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    Hi @gmatbarua,

    What do you mean by "repository" and "official installer"?

    Also, this forum does not currently support polls.


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    Hi @JKSH ,

    By repository he probably means the Qt package that is shipped with his linux distribution.
    ie. debian uses apt-get to install them. Those are likely to be of an older version compared to the ones when you use the online installer.

    Edit : since Qt can be used cross platform, a poll doesn't seem to be a good way to get statistics. We all use different OS 'es.
    online installer for :
    Win 8.1, 10
    Mac OS X El Capitan
    Debian Jessie (for the time being)

    Eddy


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    @Eddy said in Which Operating system and Qt development tools/libraries combination do you use for development?:

    By repositor he probably means the Qt package that is shipped with his linux distribution.

    Makes sense :)

    I'm mainly using Windows 10 + Official installer.

    I'm also using, in a VM, Ubuntu 17.04 + Official installer. The distro-provided Qt packages tend to be a few versions behind.


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    Hi
    Windows 10 / 7 + Official installer ( 7 is vm)
    Linux Mint 18.1 + Official installer (vm)
    kde neon + Official installer (vm)



  • Arch Linux with latest Qt from repository + gcc and clang
    Win8.1 and Win7 with official installers + mingw

    --edit
    compiled added


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    Windows 10 + custom build



  • The official Online installer for

    • Win 10
    • macOS Sierra
    • Ubuntu (VM)


  • Win 10 + custom build + MSVC 2015
    Ubuntu 16.04 LTS + custom build + repository gcc
    Ubuntu 14.04 LTS + custom build + repository gcc


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    • macOS 10.9 to 10.12, official package and custom builds, latest Xcode for given OS
    • Win10 official package and custom builds VS2013, VS2015, VS2017, MinGW
    • Debian 8 repository, official package, custom builds, system g++
    • Kubuntu 16.10, 17.10, repository, official package, custom builds, system g++
    • Ubuntu 16.10, 17.10, repository, official package, custom builds, system g++
    • KDE neon, repository, system g++

    Essentially VMs

    Not all at the same time.



  • Dev: Win7 + Qt 5.9 Official release (from installer) + MSVC2013

    CI (Build+Test+Deploy):

    • Jenkins on dev system (this is used mainly to build dependencies)
    • Appveyor MSVC2015 Qt 5.9
    • Travis CI OSX/Ubunu Clang/gcc Qt 5.9

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    Debian buster (testing) with Qt built from git + the version from the repo (currently 5.7.1).
    Creator as IDE.
    g++ as a compiler.

    I only test on Windows, but there I use the online installer to get what I need. Creator as IDE and mingw as compiler, I rarely compile with MSVC.


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