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Compiling Qt source in MS C++ Express 2010

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I have an application that was written in Qt, and I want compile that source and the UI forms in MS C++ so that I do not have to re-write everything over.  Is there an add-in or something that supports this effort?  Please provide a link to a conversion tool, or plug-in, if that is the solution, even if it has to be purchased.  I am using Qt 5.1.1 and MS VS C++ 2010 Express.

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Try the procedure presented in http://thomasstockx.blogspot.de/2011/03/qt-472-in-visual-studio-2010.html ("Qt 4.7.4 / 4.8 in Visual Studio 2010"). That should work for Express as well, except the fact that you can't use the Qt VS plugin, since the Express versions simply don't support plugins at all.
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Excellent solution.
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