Creating a Stand-Alone Application
I have been programming with Qt (a C++ class library used to create GUIs) for over 6 months now, and I am nearing completion of a project for my company. The code is complete, and my final goal in this project is to make the GUI a stand-alone application. I have had a great deal of trouble trying to learn exactly how this is done under Microsoft Visual C++.
Basically, all I want to do is to get this app to run on any Windows machine so the end user doesn't need all the .dlls. How do I go about doing this? Do I need to create a static library for the application and link it to that, or is there a way to have just the .exe run on its own (stand-alone style)?
I don't think knowledge of Qt is necessary. It is only one of the few .dlls I need to link to the application. The following is a list of my system information and programming environment:
-*MOCing through moc.exe (using DOS to create the MOC files)
Any information concerning this problem would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!