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gsdt4224dWhat is your problem with Windows ?
I use QT on Windows too. All I had to do was Install QT with the installer and I had everything ready to go.
Everything you complain about is because of QT not Windows.
Taqsblaz3525223dI use Qt with python on Windows
→0 problems :-)
→Nice desktop apps
Here is a link to my python based Qt5 UI to py app
I have similar, but reversed experience. Set the scene: The year was 2009. C# mono was barely out and barely working. Xamarin was in infancy stage.
Working on a school assignment (A portal for teachers and students of a car driving school) and my stupid ass decides : “Well, it’s too simple to do with Visual Studio, .net, sqlexpress and web forms, let’s make it work on linux with apache server and mysql database”.
And to make it a bit more fun, the distribution was fedora (yeah youy know, the distro where you can’t play mp3 out of box)
I was so interested in “Can I do it ?” and never asked my self if I Should.
Ah yeah : And let’s hook a Windows Mobile 6.5 .net with openGL as an mobile app. (This one I could not build on linux)
For your problem : Can you cross build for windows from Linux with QT ? If yes, it could’ve take less time to setup a linux VM