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    Default QT command prompt

    Where is the QT command prompt located in Opensuse. I am using Opensuse 12.2

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    Default Re: QT command prompt

    Am 12.03.2013 10:36, schrieb ankit 6494:
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    > Where is the QT command prompt located in Opensuse

    I thought that exists only on Windows?
    The qt command prompt is nothing but the standard cmd.exe with a few
    paths preset in environment variables.

    What do you need it for?

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    I want to create a static executable file in QT, and I need the QT command prompt to configure and compile the code

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    Default Re: QT command prompt

    Am 12.03.2013 13:16, schrieb ankit 6494:
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    > I want to create a static executable file in QT, and I need the QT
    > command prompt to configure and compile the code
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    I never did that or plan to do it, but isn't that just passing the
    -static option to the ./configure script in your Qt SDK installation?

    Sorry I cannot help directly with that.

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