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Frequently Asked Questions for SoQt
===================================

Last Updated:
$Date$

For answers to common questions about the Coin library, see the separate
FAQ in the Coin source archive.

For answers to common Open Inventor programming issues not covered in this
FAQ or the Coin FAQ, take a look at the FAQs directory in the SoGuiExamples
archive.

For answers to common questions regarding licensing, see the FAQ.legal
file in the Coin source archive.


Index
=====

1: Qt Versions
  Q1: Does SoQt work with Qt < 2.0?

  Q2: Does SoQt work with Qt 2.*?

  Q3: Does SoQt work with Qt >= 3.0?

  Q4: Where is the qt-mt230nc.dll file?

  Q5: Does SoQt work with the Qt port for Mac OS X/Darwin?


Section 1. Qt Versions
======================

Q1.1: Does SoQt work with Qt < 2.0?

A:    We have basically dropped trying to support Qt 1.*, but if we can help
      it we will apply patches (within reason) to keep the Qt 1.x support
      alive.


Q1.2: Does SoQt work with Qt 2.*?

A:    Yes, the support for the Qt 2.* series is well tested.


Q1.3: Does SoQt work with Qt >= 3.0?

A:    There has been various reports about problems with Qt 3.0, particularly
      the Windows port.   We do use Qt 3.0 on Linux annd it seems to work
      well here.


Q1.4: Where is the qt-mt230nc.dll file?

A:    This file is the Windows Qt 2.3.0 NonCommercial Edition DLL, which
      you can fetch from the TrollTech web site (http://www.trolltech.com).


Q1.5: Does SoQt work with the Qt port for Mac OS X/Darwin?

A:    Yes, but we do not provide binary distributions for Mac OS X
      yet.  As with for MS Windows, library builders are expected to
      know their way around on their system and do a a minimum of
      troubleshooting yourself before contacting coin-support.  This
      situation will hopefully be fixed by the end of the year.

      SoQt is BTW not installed as a framework like Coin is.


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