QtCreator — exactly, and I do use it. On Win32, QtCreator by default front-ends either the MinGW compiler or MSVC. Because I already had vs2005 installed on my main worksation (from my days as a MFC/.NET developer), I let it default to MSVC.
Ok, I’ve never used Visual Studio, but I think it can work (hmmm… compile IanniX with a proprietary compiler…).
I suspected you were using QtSDK 4.6 and that my use of 4.7 was part of the reason my builds had problems at first. As for your Win32 builds, are you using the MinGW compiler?
We are using Qt4.7, but not packaged in QtSDK. And we are using MinGW compiler. I think QtSDK is not totaly ready (deployment on Mac OS X bugs, some libs are not working…). So the package are here :