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I recommend you OSGeo4W, it has all you need to build an QGis/Qt standalone application with MSVC 2010. Download it and install all the packages you need. Then you only need to configure you project to use those tools. For example, if you use Qt Creator you need to configure the Qt version and the compiler. To configure the Qt version you need to use the ...
I used it some time ago, later also tried GvSIG and Kosmo Desktop which is based on it. It was nice but as my needs were growing and QGIS was going better and better I simply switched to QGIS. Sorry... BTW natively running QT application was also much better for me that Java solution although it also has advantages..
3 years later, we are still alive and kicking. just released OpenJUMP 1.8.0 . By the way, OJ runs on Windows, Linux, MacOSX. We have a website and a wiki to help users out: snapshots, for users to try out the latest development mailing lists/bug trackers for issues search the wiki if you want to know more.
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