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Application Development with Qt Creator by Ray Rischpater

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Chapter 2. Building Applications with Qt Creator

The first thing you're going to want to do with Qt Creator is figure out how to add source files and build (or debug) your project. This chapter is all about that—we'll go over how to add files to your project, how to create libraries to your project, and use the debugger and console logger. At the end of this chapter, you'll be driving Qt Creator to develop your console applications like a pro.

Getting started – our sample library

This chapter's example code has two pieces: a library that defines a public function and a console application that calls that function. Libraries are a great way to break up your applications, and while this example is trivial, it also lets me show you how to create a ...

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