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Installing Qt Mobility in Qt SDK on Windows (former Qt desktop SDK)

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Created: dahiya.vinod (23 Jan 2011)
Last edited: hamishwillee (07 Nov 2012)

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I believe the latest Qt SDK includes Qt Mobility, and that there is no separate "Qt for desktop" SDK. This article needs to be either updated or deleted if this can be confirmed.

Qt mobility is also available for desktop version of Qt SDK. But it does not come with a installer. You need to install it from source.

Download and install Qt SDK for windows from here Qt Downloads.

Download qt-mobility source from here Qt Mobility Download and extract.

From start menu, Run Start->All programs->Qt SDK by Nokia v2010.05 (open source) ->Qt Command Prompt. Run following commands in command prompt:

cd <your qt mobility source folder>
configure -prefix %QTDIR%
mingw32-make
mingw32-make install

Now Qt mobility header and libraries are available in your Qt SDK.

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