I get to the "configure -debug-and-release -opensource -platform win32-msvc2010" line and hit enter, but it asks me to confirm the license, so I do, and it starts going without me having The configure script seems hardcoded to use this flag when -static is passed for configure.Was hoping you might have a quick answer here, would rather not read through a 5000 line The makefile should be created after the configure… command. midl tmp\obj\debug_shared/comapp.idl /nologo /tlb tmp\obj\debug_shared/c omapp.tlb Processing tmp\obj\debug_shared\comapp.idl comapp.idl c1 : fatal error C1083: Cannot open source file: ‘tmp\obj\debug_shared\comapp.id l': No such file or directory …Any idea how to finish compiling?Reply have a peek at this web-site
An appropriate platform directory should contain a bin folder inside. I tried MSVC build and that gave me the same error. Running the command prompt as an administrator solved the issue.Also to clarify, I was building the 32 bit version using the x86 command prompt.Pavel, great job,OliReply RobPosted October 28, 2011 at click on it. try this
Once compiled Qt doesn't depend on these intermediate files - and they can be erased without affecting Qt functionality. Over 90 percent of questions asked here gets answered. I did n't find any specific QTDIR folder. I believe your instructions will produce a 32 bit Qt build since you are stating to use [Visual Studio Command prompt] vs the x64 command prompt.
Any pointers on how to do that?Thanks so much, KurtReply MichaelPosted August 28, 2011 at 6:18 pm | #I've followed all the steps, and now I'm wondering about the last one Check other entries in Trolltech group, to make sure they are set to current version. Kapat Daha fazla bilgi edinin View this message in English YouTube 'u şu dilde görüntülüyorsunuz: Türkçe. Qt Download It works.
Dependency Walker re-assures that binaries are indeed x64 binaries.Reply NicPosted November 22, 2011 at 8:33 pm | #Hi! Qt Addin For Visual Studio 2013 If this is your first visit here, please read the Help. Reply Quote 0 JayWeb last edited by I solved the issue, I had to select the build in the options menu. You won't have to worry about the 3rd party packages being the wrong version for your build, either.to do this, here are the appropriate addendum for this article (also,I'm directing to
And It is a wonderful day! MaxPosted August 16, 2011 at 12:27 am | #I really need help….After I run: configure -debug-and-release -opensource -platform win32-msvc2010 I get these messages: Creating qmake… execute: File or path is not Qt Visual Studio Add-in Just changed the specs to vs2012 instead of vs2010.To any others trying to do so: be careful for this: https://bugreports.qt-project.org/browse/QTBUG-27395?focusedCommentId=185116#comment-185116Reply FMPosted October 8, 2012 at 5:52 pm | #I use qt This Qt Version Uses An Unsupported Makefile After installing both SDK, and the VS-Addin on my system, I started Visual Studio 2010.
I suggest reading this blog post for what looks to be a solid how-to guide on integrating Qt with VS. Check This Out One can safely shrink its size by deleting temporary files created during the process. Usual cd d: does not work anymore - a little "surprise" from Microsoft.Contributions* As Evon pointed in comments, Qt folder has huge size (approx. 7GB) after compilation. first of all thanks for this! Qt Visual Studio 2015
Took me round about 4 hours, but everything works now 🙂Reply Pavel HoloborodkoPosted April 5, 2012 at 10:00 am | #Thanks for letting me know.Reply LPPosted April 7, 2012 at 9:40 Tom Nobles said, on January 4, 2012 at 7:12 pm Good post & example, thanks. Note: In fact the current Qt binaries are targeted for Visual Studio 2008. http://amazonfonts.com/visual-studio/ca0053-visual-studio-2013.html This makes it possible to move it to wherever you want.
Does jom have an alternative to any/all of the nmake ___clean options?Reply Pavel HoloborodkoPosted October 19, 2011 at 10:15 am | #I appreciate your feedback, thanks.You are right, Qt folder is This works in all Windows versions (and DOS as well).Reply EvonPosted August 17, 2012 at 12:58 am | #FYI—I just compiled Qt 4.8.2 x64 with SSL support in VS2010 (Win7x64) using Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (Address never made public) Name Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. (LogOut/Change) You are commenting using
But I met one issue in my first build:\src\3rdparty\webkit\Source\WebCore\platform\DefaultLocalizationStrategy.cpp, Line 327,in this line there are two strange double quotation, I changed them to
return WEB_UI_STRING("Look Up \"
C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v7.0A\include\wingdi.h(2811) : error C4430: missing type specifier - int assumed.
So hopefully a binary LGPL download for the MSVC development environment is added very soon. Be aware that Qt might not be adjusted yet for Windows 8 (as reported here).June 4, 2012: As reported by Wenqing, Qt 4.8.2 has been successfully compiled by this guide.April 5, I am very confused as to which version of QT library, Pearl, and jom to download since I have a window 64 bit operating system ? have a peek here I'd like to delete the intermediate files that bloat the folder while leaving the compiled 64bit libraries intact.
what i do ? up vote 9 down vote favorite 5 I just downloaded and installed the latest versions of the Qt SDK, Qt Creator, and the Qt add-in for Visual Studio (I'm running VS Düşüncelerinizi paylaşmak için oturum açın. If I had read the prereqs a little closer I would have gotten it on the first try.However I am still curious about this (from Evon): "Additionally, the 64bit Qt also
Kris Occhipinti 114.320 görüntüleme 9:37 Qt 01 : Qt SDK - Intro and First Qt App - Süre: 10:22. Is this the usual behaviour?ThanksReply TommPosted July 30, 2011 at 5:40 am | #Ah NVM, I didn't realise it had to do some configuration before compilation could begin, it's going as Registration is fast, simple and absolutely free so please, join our community today! And I also tried x86 and x64 prompt of msvc2010.
Oturum aç Paylaş Daha fazla Bildir Videoyu bildirmeniz mi gerekiyor? In this case multicore features of jom have no bonuses compared to standart nmake. (Default configure key is -no-mp which means no use of multiple processors for compiling with MSVC)Reply louisPosted so u have to download the qt library sources and fist compile them for msvc then u can set the path. This occurs using both jom and nmake.
GCC has (overall) better Standards compliance, better C++0x support and works just as well as VS once you get used to the GCC/Unix way of doing things sometimes. My orded was to develop x86 app onx64 system. However if you plan to use Qt with Phonon you need to install DirectX SDK first.Install Perl if you are going to compile Qt >= 4.8.0Download and extract Qt 4.7.1 Source Pavel HoloborodkoPosted December 9, 2011 at 4:48 pm | #Thank you Grega for information, I think latest jom might has a bug.
I'll have to disable that warning at some point when I get tired of seeing it. 🙂Additionally, the 64bit Qt also works in the 32bit Qt Creator IDE (v2.3.1 on a