Building standalone Qt application on windows

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In any case, you need to build a static version of qt as described here :

To provide an icon for the application, see

Using mingw32

You will still need to bundle the file c:\qt\4.4.0\bin\mingwm10.DLL , though it's said that it is possible to get a static version of this file.

Using MS Visual C++

You need to install MSVC express from You'll have the toolchain but not the interface, but we don't care here.

Even when using VC++ you have to ship the C runtimes, unless you use VC++6 which has the same C runtime as shipped with Windows already.

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