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The Qt Project is a meritocratic consensus-based community interested in Qt. Anyone who shares that interest can join the community, participate in its decision making processes, and contribute to Qt’s development.
This wiki holds guidelines and documentation regarding code contributions to Qt. For an overview over all different ways to contribute to the Qt Project, please take a look at our "home page":http://qt.io.
Things you generally need to know if you want to participate with code contributions.
- The Qt Governance Model
- Qt Contribution Guidelines
- Contributing and Reviewing Code
- Commit Policy
- Reference Documentation
- Qt Framework
- Qt Creator
- Creating New Modules or Tools for Qt
Things you need to know before you start writing Qt code.
- Qt Framework Qt_Coding_Style and Coding Conventions
- "Qt Creator Coding Style & Conventions":http://doc-snapshot.qt.io/qtcreator-extending/coding-style.html
- API Design Principles
- Binary Compatibility Workarounds
- Branch Guidelines
- Qt Localization
- Qt in Namespace
- Transition from Qt 4.x to Qt5
- Creating a new module or tool for Qt
- Project playground
- Naming guidelines
- Module repository structure
Things you need to know before you submit your code.
Tools to help development of your code.
Things you need to know to ensure good code quality.
- Git Installation
- Get the source
- Building Qt 5 from Git
- Developing and maintaining patches on top of Qt with Git
- "Qt Everywhere Calendar":https://firstname.lastname@example.org&ctz=America/Los_Angeles ("XML":https://email@example.com/public/basic - "iCal":https://firstname.lastname@example.org/public/basic.ics)
- Who does what
- Qt Contributors Day
- Qt Contributors Summit 2011 Videos
Pages in category "Developing Qt"
The following 26 pages are in this category, out of 26 total.