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> Mandag den 1. maj 2006 11:41 skrev Morten Bo Nielsen:
> >
> > Det er nok den forkerte mailing liste at sige det på, men ms vc++ .net
> er
> > et IDE som er ret godt. Det hele er ret godt integreret, men gearet mod
> MFC
> > (som jeg ikke har noget godt at sige om). Mit primære arbejde pt.
> omhandler
> > en MFC applikation, så det er ikke en mulighed at gå væk fra MSVC og det
> > understøtter qt4 ikke.
> 
> På min arbejdsplads sidder der udviklere og udvikler med Qt4 under MSVC:
> http://www.trolltech.com/products/qt/vs-integration.html
> 
> Desigeren integrerer endda i .net, som jeg har forstået det.
> 
> Snakker vi om det samme? (Jeg har ikke personlige erfaringer, da jeg kun
> arbejder med Unix/Linux).
> 

Jeg læste bl. a.
http://www.trolltech.com/developer/faqs/index.html?catid=1953&id=389#answer

"Entry number: 389 - Why is there no support for Microsoft Visual Studio compilers in your Windows Open Source Edition?
Answer:

There are two main reasons. We want our Open Source Edition to support an Open Source compiler. The logical choice then is to support the Windows version of gcc, MinGW. The second reason is that we need to balance our need for sustainable business with our want to support Open Source. We are releasing the full Qt API and set of tools as Open Source on Windows, so there is no difference in the available product. All Open Source developers have access to MinGW. We believe that support for Microsoft compilers is one area where we can meaningfully differentiate between commercial and Open Source use.
"

jeg har ikke testet det, men når de skriver det så klart så er jeg tilbøjelig til at tro på det :-)

mvh
morten



 
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