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"Qt is a cross-platform application and UI framework with APIs for C++ programming and Qt Quick for rapid UI creation.

  • Intuitive class libraries
  • Easy to use and learn
  • Produce highly readable, easily maintainable and reusable code
  • High runtime performance and small footprint"

The Qt framework is emerging as a major development platform and is the basis of the KDE software community.

Installation

If any KDE or Qt dependent packages have been installed, Qt is already present. Otherwise, you can install qt from the [Extra] repository.

The previous version is also available in qt3 package.

Warning: Installing Qt3 affects Qt environments on your system. It may cause the compilation failure of Qt4 applications.

GTK+ and Qt

If you have GTK+ and Qt applications, their looks might not blend well. If you wish to make your GTK+ styles match your Qt styles please read Uniform Look for QT and GTK Applications.

Integrated Development Environments

There are several integrated development environments available for producing software using the Qt toolkit.

Wikipedia: Qt Creator is the official IDE provided by Nokia, available in the community repository. (qtcreator)

Wikipedia: QDevelop is an alternate IDE which can also be found in AUR. (qdevelopAUR)

Qt4 Applications

For a listing of Qt4 applications that do not have KDE dependencies, see List of Qt4 applications