1. unpack qt-win-opensource-4.0.0.zip to c:qt4.0.0
2. open cmd, then locate to c:qt4.0.0
3. unpack qt4msvc_bcc.zip to the Qt 4.0.0 directory
4. configure Qt 4 with MinGW. This step is necessary, otherwise it will prompt missing of files when do nmake.
5. go to the qmake directory, then use Makefile.win32-msvc to recompile qmake.
nmake -f Makefile.win32-msvc
am also wondering if there is a makefile for win32-msvc.net.
Unfortunately, there is not such a file due to absence of qmake
generator file specific to msvc.net. However, we can regard qmake using
win32-msvc option is compatible with msvc.net environment, considering
the successful final nmake link result.
6. go back the root directory of Qt 4. Using qmake with recursive
option to produce makefiles in current directory and all its
qmake -recursive -spec win32-msvc.net
7. nmake Qt4. The process will be longer than you expected. Be patient. 🙂
If you need qt4msvc_bcc.zip, please leave me a message, or drop me an
Email. You can also download this file from Kde-cygwin maillist. Thank
Andreas Hausladen for sending this zip file to the public maillist.
p.s. It will be better to use makespec files got from the win
evaluation Qt 4 version. Just override the counterparts in
qt4msv_bcc.zip. I have done as this, and comipled successfully.