When it comes to Qt Quick and QML based apps, the standard seems to be to compile all QML and, e.g., image files into a Qt Resource (qrc) file. This works great (and not just for Qt Quick apps), but what if you need to be able to swap out, e.g. .png's without recompiling? I … Continue reading Copying non-resource files with QMake for easier debugging
I recently ran into a problem where I needed to build a Qt application that depended on a library that made use of MFC. I started by building the Qt side (GUI, etc) with QtCreator and then proceeded to import the .pro file into VS2008 using the standard VS Qt plugin before adding the mentioned native … Continue reading Qt Application, VS2008 and “requires MFC shared dll version”
This here is a simple sample of what my Qt Creator Zen Burn theme looks like and is not so much a write-up as it is a redirect since all the reading you might need to do is already available from the download link: Enjoy!
The fun is over, you've written your Qt 5.x application, compiled it for Ubuntu and it is time to deploy your software to a vanilla box (a PC without any Qt libraries on it), how do you go about it? I spent quite some time struggling with this problem so now that I have finally … Continue reading Deploying Qt 5 Applications on Ubuntu 12.04