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    Hello All,

    I have a MFC based application which I want to convert to Qt on Linux.I looked around for various options and found this

    http://doc.trolltech.com/solutions/q...through.html#1

    But I see that Windows Migration Framework is not available for open source users.Is that true?I am using qtopia4.3.5 open source here.
    thanks,
    raman

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    Default Re: Windows Migration Framework

    That link doesn't work. Can you report it?
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    Default Re: Windows Migration Framework

    Quote Originally Posted by raman_31181 View Post
    But I see that Windows Migration Framework is not available for open source users.Is that true?I am using qtopia4.3.5 open source here.
    Yes, that is correct. It's available as a closed-source solution for which you have to have a commercial licence and pay additionally for access to solutions. You don't need that framework to do the port, though. Simply start rewriting code, stubbing as much as possible and removing stubs when you implement appropriate functionality.

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