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    Default cross compiling

    I was wondering if the newest qt sdk for windows package is able to easily compile Qt applications for Mac and Linux as well? How do you compile for other systems than windows using windows machine? Has that gotten easier with the newer versions (I've been using an older version so far).

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    Default Re: cross compiling

    Nothing changed in this regard. You still need a cross-compiler and all compilation is done through qmake/cmake.
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