[Interest] Statically linking an open-source application with Qt?

Olivier B. perso.olivier.barthelemy at gmail.com
Tue Jul 26 17:20:08 CEST 2016

I am not sure you are even able to link all Qt statically. Won't you at
least need platform plugins, image plugins, etc as shared libraries?

Google gives this :

2016-07-26 17:15 GMT+02:00 Vik k <digitloft at gmail.com>:

> Hey, I wrote an open source application using Qt and now I want to
> statically link it to the Qt library. My question is, is it legal to do so?
> On the website I am going to provide several download links to precompiled
> versions of my app for Windows, Mac and Linux and a link to the GitHub
> repository containing the source code of the application.
> My application will have no about section tho (as a matter of fact it does
> not have a menubar at all), is it also okay to write that I used Qt on the
> website & in the GitHub repo?
> Thanks,
> Vik.
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