You can develop Qt applications on Windows using the Microsoft Visual Studio IDE.
The free Express Edition of
Visual Studio does not support third-party plugins.
We have only tested Visual Studio 2010.
This document assumes you have already installed Visual Studio with C++ tools.
Run and do a default install.
Qt will install into
Create the following environment variable in the environment
Add to the
Access the ‘Environment Variables’ dialog this way
Add the new values to the ‘User variables’ section. You may have to add a entry to the ‘User variables’ section also. This ‘User’ section will get appended to the ‘System’ .
and SYSTEM VARIABLES on path add at the end c:Qt\4.8.1
Run the executable and do a default install.
The next time you run VS2010 you should see a new Qt menu in the main menu bar.