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    Default How to compile on Windows what I created with Qt 3.35 on Linux?

    Hello.

    I have Qt 3.35 (and also Qt 4.10) on SUSE Linux 10. Let's say I write a program (say "Metric Conversion" for starters) on Linux. How do I compile it on Windows? I have Qt 4.10 installed on Windows XP but there is no Qt 3.35 for Windows available.

    Any pointers appreciated.

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    Default Re: How to compile on Windows what I created with Qt 3.35 on Linux?

    You have the following options:
    1. port to Qt4
    2. use Qt3.2.1 non commercial addition
    3. use the Qt3.x free port (can be found on kde.org)

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    Default Re: How to compile on Windows what I created with Qt 3.35 on Linux?

    Quote Originally Posted by theLSB
    You have the following options:
    1. use Qt3.2.1 non commercial addition
    2. use the Qt3.x free port (can be found on kde.org)
    Where is Qt 3.21 open-source avail for Windows? And what is this Qt 3.x free port? I searched in kde.org but no productive results were obtained...
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    Default Re: How to compile on Windows what I created with Qt 3.35 on Linux?

    the non commercial addition can only be obtained if you by the "programming with qt3" book.

    The free port can be found via goole if you type "qt free port", the first link is the right one.
    http://kde-cygwin.sourceforge.net/qt3-win32/

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    Default Re: How to compile on Windows what I created with Qt 3.35 on Linux?

    Quote Originally Posted by theLSB
    the non commercial addition can only be obtained if you by the "programming with qt3" book.
    Hey thanks. That means I have it. I totally forgot the book.
    It's shifted to qtwin.sf.net now.
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