There are many cases in every cross-platform development framework that you want your source code to be built differently under different operating systems. For example you might want a method to to use platform specific functions in Windows, Linux and Mac OS X but you don’t want to have different projects for each one of them. If you are in a similar situation then you can use the following approach to have a single integrated project for all operating systems that you are developing for.
Whether you are developing PC (and mobile) applications for a company or for yourself, revision control should be a crucial part of what you do. The two major revision control systems are Git and Apache SVN. In this post I am going to show you how simple it is to use SVN with Qt.
I usually need to select a variety of options for building Qt depending on what I need and what I don’t need and strangely enough it is not easy to find the list of available options in the documentations so here it is.
Below is the list of all configure options for building Qt. It is taken from Qt 5.5 configure file which can be found under qtbase.
I was able to successfully build Qt 5.4.2 Static using Microsoft Visual C++ 2013 (MSVC2013)
It is almost the same as my post on Qt 5.4.0 Static using MSVC2010
Again, please keep in mind that these are NOT some exact steps and you can change the folders to another path that suits you.