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    Default Compiling Qt 32bit on 64bit os..

    Im using Vista 64 to compile lgpl Qt.. I want to compile it for a 32 bit os.. How do I do this? When I compiled it and used it in visual studio it says that the module type(64bit) was different than the target machine type (32bit) so I just want to make it all 32 bit..

    How do I do this? Is it in option when I configure Qt before I "nmake" it?

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    Default Re: Compiling Qt 32bit on 64bit os..

    You just have to use a 32bit compiler and pass appropriate platform to configure in case the defailt one is not appropriate.
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    Default Re: Compiling Qt 32bit on 64bit os..

    Got it all working great.. All I needed to do was open the 32-bit VS command window.. I was opening a 64-bit VS command window before..

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