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  1. #1
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    Nov 2007

    How to use Qt-declarative


    I dunno where to ask qt-declarative related questions so i'm asking here because i want to use it in qt for s60.

    Can anyone please tell me how to use qt-declarative?

    I am using carbide as well as qt creator. Any help documents available for qt-declarative? How to implement it in my qt coding. sample coding which integrates qt and declarative will be more helpful for me.

    i downloaded qt-4.6.0-declarative and I dont know how to run those examples.

    Is it must that 4.6-declarative will run only in selected versions of qt? I am blank in using these things.

    Please help me if anyone knows. Thank you.

    Last edited by BalajiR; 2010-02-17 at 12:31.

  2. #2
    Nokia Developer Moderator
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    Tampere, Finland

    Re: How to use Qt-declarative

    Qt Quick (aka QML) is not part of Qt yet. It will be part of Qt 4.7 and until then you need to use a special Qt build (and a special Qt Creator) to get started with it. Both are available in Qt's Declarative UI project pages.

    To test an example, just open one *.qml file and hit run. Or start the QmlViewer.exe and open the QML file in it to play it. See also http://labs.trolltech.com/blogs/2010...at-is-bauhaus/
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