Qt Applications for OS/2 and OS/2-based systems
This resource is a home for OS/2 and OS/2-based systems versions of various Qt applications (i.e., applications based on the Qt Library) ported using the Qt3 Toolkit for OS/2 and OS/2-based systems or the Qt4 Toolkit for OS/2 and OS/2-based systems.
The purpose of this resource is to store OS/2 and OS/2-based systems related changes to the source code of those Qt applications for which it is impossible to integrate these changes to the official code base maintained by original developers.
Every application maintained here has its own SVN subdirectory containing the modified source tree that can be built under OS/2 and OS/2-based systems, as well as the separate application's home (wiki) page.
Adding Apps to this page
If you add an app or change the version of an app, please always add a comment in the change information. This makes life a lot easier, as it's seen in the timeline directly. Otherwise one has always to look at the diff. Also add the original project web site.
Additional software prerequisites
It is strongly recommended to install from the WPI packages, if not using RPM.
|kLibc 0.6.6 Library||WPI||kLibc Runtime libraries required by all Qt Apps (usually already installed for Qt4). Do not use them if you have a yum/rpm env.|
|GCC 4 Core Libraries||WPI||GCC 4 runtime libraries required by all Qt Apps (usually already installed for Qt4, but this wpi gets updated regulary when new gccxxx.dll are around). Do not use them if you have a yum/rpm env.|
|Qt4 4.7.3 SSL Fix||ZIP||this fix is needed by almost all Qt apps using SSL|
If you use RPM you should install the following, if not already done:
yum install libgcc1 libgcc-fwd libssp libstdc++ libstdc++6 libsupc++ libsupc++6
Take care you have either %UNIXROOT%\usr\lib in front of x:\ecs\dll (where x: is your bootdrive) in LIBPATH in config.sys or you delete all possible duplicates.
List of all ported applications
Qt3 based applications
Qt4 based applications
271 applications can be found in the categories below (updated on 2017-01-19).
Feb 6, 2017
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Jan 16, 2017
Dec 2, 2016
Nov 21, 2016
Oct 27, 2016
Sep 18, 2016
Jan 9, 2016
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