Time for action – configuring and building Qt
Having the sources in place, we can start building the framework. To do that, in addition to a supported compiler, you will need Perl and Python (Version 2.7 or later) installed. For Windows, you will also need Ruby. If you are missing any of the tools, it's a good time to install them. Afterwards, open the command line and change the current working directory to the one containing the Qt source code. Then, issue the following command:
configure -opensource -nomake tests
This will launch a tool that detects whether all the requirements are met and will report any inconsistencies. It will also report the exact configuration of the build. You can customize the build (for example, if you need to enable ...