Doc: Add a note about syncqt in readme.txt

When downloading the source directly from a hosting service
instead of using git, users need to run syncqt to generate
the files under ./include directory.

Task-number: QTBUG-32397
Change-Id: Iae6e340f3ca749367472ca822de2754877a4b6cf
Reviewed-by: Andy Shaw <andy.shaw@digia.com>
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Topi Reinio 2014-01-30 10:58:38 +01:00 committed by Jani Heikkinen
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@ -3,3 +3,11 @@ This repository contains deprecated APIs which have been removed from Qt
Applications are recommended to port to the supported APIs.
However as some features are lost, these APIs are provided as standalone
source code for applications that require removed features.
Note: If you downloaded the source package from a hosting service
such as Gitorious, the package does not contain the generated headers
under the ./include directory. Before building, you'll need to generate
them manually by running the syncqt Perl script. For example:
cd qtftp
<QTDIR>/bin/syncqt.pl -version 5.1.0