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Qt Framework

The “Qt Framework” contains everything to start writing your own C++ medical visualization code. The frame work is based on Qt as graphical interface. Get it with Subversion as follows:

svn co svn://schorsch.efi.fh-nuernberg.de/qt-framework

To use the above frame work, the following dependencies need to be installed on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (which is the recommmended platform):

sudo apt-get install c++ cmake cmake-curses-gui subversion libqt4-dev freeglut3-dev

To enable DCTMK support in the qt-framework, we first need to download DCMTK 3.6.1 from here:

 http://dicom.offis.de/download/dcmtk/snapshot/

Then we compile and install DCMTK:

After that, we compile the qt-framework by typing the following one-liner:

Now we can either stick with the command line to work with the frame work or use an integrated development environment (IDE) such as QtCreator or KDevelop:

For ease of development, the Qt class library documentation is either available online [1] or available via the QtAssistant app. For the latter, just type:

assistant
[2]

Links

  1. doc.qt.io/qt-4.8
  2. qt-project.org/doc/qt-4.8

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