You need the compiler that comes with Visual Studio
(whichever version you have) and a commercial license
for Qt/Windows. I don't know of anyone using MingW as
a compiler under MSVC. It maybe be possible but I
have no clue.
Yes, I have the commercial version of QT, so sounds like all I need to do is
tell VS where it is.
Assuming you have the win commercial license, you
install the integration package and choose a Qt project
Bummer, I have the student version of Visual Studio, that must be why it
doesnt show up. ugh. I guess Ill pass on using VS for now then.
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