Windows binaries

Peeter Russak pezz at
Thu Mar 7 11:37:34 GMT 2002


Adding qmake(former tmake) project to templates is maybe the best solution.
Question is how well will KDevelop's internal functions (add/remove
file etc) handle it. At the moment you can create custom project with
no makefile changes by KDevelop, use qmake for proper Makefile generation 
and add/remove files manually from qmake's config file. KDevelop is used
then only as editor and make-command caller. VC++ knows how to handle qmake's 


On Thu, 7 Mar 2002, Jean-Michel POURE wrote:
> Dear all,
> Can KDevelop be used to create multi-platform projects based on Qt? Are there 
> special guidlines to compile under Windows 2K/XP?
> Cheers,
> Jean-Michel POURE

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