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    Commercial applications with QT and Maemo

    Can I do commercial applications with Qt and Maemo? I can't find the "Qt for Maemo" license.

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    Re: Commercial applications with QT and Maemo

    You can find details about Qt's licensing models at http://qt.nokia.com/products/licensing
    However, at this time the question is more like: is Qt for Maemo ready for production code?
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    Re: Commercial applications with QT and Maemo

    Ok. What do you know about create commercial applications for Maemo? Is it possible using other frameworks?

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    Re: Commercial applications with QT and Maemo

    Current Maemo 5 release (and previous ones as well for that matter) is GTK based and yes, you can write applications using the Maemo 5 SDK. You can find instruction on how to install the SDK and the installation script here on Forum Nokia. More information about the Maemo platform can be found at Maemo.org
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    Re: Commercial applications with QT and Maemo

    Hi,
    Qt core libs are shipped with the device... ant it's used by Mail for Exchange.
    Qt GUI libs are not into the device but they can be installed from the Application repository
    (enabled by default in any device).

    Qt is also part of Maemo SDK...

    Then Qt can be used to make Commercial applications.

    OVI store should be able to host Maemo5 Qt applications as well as Native Hildon/GTK+ apps.

    Br,
    Antonio

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