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folder ../ Parent directory - 2014-02-01 20:38:05

HOW TO BUILD QT5
Synopsis
System requirements
- Perl 5.8 or later - Python 2.7 or later - C++ compiler supporting the C++98 standard


SEE ALSO: README

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Welcome to Qt 5
Qt is a cross-platform application and user interface framework. It consists of a number of software libraries and development tools.
Qt is developed as an open source project. It is available under both open source and commercial licenses.


SEE ALSO: README

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Qt 5 Documentation
New in Qt 5.0, each module has its own documentation package. The documentation resides in the module sources as well as the configuration files needed to build the module documentation. The main Qt 5.0 Reference Documentation resides in the qtdoc repository.


SEE ALSO: README

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Qt is supplied with a number of example applications that have been written to provide developers with examples of the Qt API in use, highlight good programming practice, and showcase features found in each of Qt's core technologies.
Documentation for examples can be found in the Examples section of the Qt documentation.

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folder lib/ lib/ - 2014-02-01 20:37:36

If this directory is empty, you probably forgot to compile the Qt library.

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folder tests/ tests/ - 2014-02-01 20:37:29

This directory contains autotests and benchmarks based on Qt Test. In order to run the autotests reliably, you need to configure a desktop to match the test environment that these tests are written for.
Linux X11:
* The user must be logged in to an active desktop; you can't run the autotests without a valid DISPLAY that allows X11 connections.
* The tests are run against a KDE3 or KDE4 desktop.
* Window manager uses "click to focus", and not "focus follows mouse". Many tests move the mouse cursor around and expect this to not affect focus and activation.
* Disable "click to activate", i.e., when a window is opened, the window manager should automatically activate it (give it input focus) and not wait for the user to click the window.

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