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Qt Source Code
koahnig last edited by koahnig
There is another page the Qt archives. This should hold the official released source code AFAIK.
Git hub is when you like to have a pre-released version but should have also the official releases.
I forgot to mention I'm interested in reading the actual source to figure out how some things work.
Then you should clone from http://code.qt.io/cgit/qt/qt5.git/
@SGaist This means you! :) Ha. Please share your knowledge.
You already got all the right answers:
code.qt.io is the official repository for all things code related
woboq's website is a nice and pretty up do date way to browse Qt's sources with metadata allowing you to have a good big picture view of things.
GitHub is just a mirror.