[Interest] Can't run Qt application under UWP kit
alervdvcw at gmail.com
Tue Jan 24 10:05:31 CET 2017
It also gives me a strange warning when I launch qmake on this empty
:-1: warning: winrt_manifest_install.path is not defined: install target
On 1/24/2017 11:53 AM, Alexander Dyagilev wrote:
> I've removed all the code from my project.
> Left this:
> Still getting the same error! Of course, all those 3 DLLs are not used anymore so the problem is not in them.
> Strange problem...
> On 1/24/2017 11:41 AM, Alexander Dyagilev wrote:
>> On 1/24/2017 10:53 AM, Maurice Kalinowski wrote:
>>> Does it work for example applications? Trying that would at show
>>> whether it’s the tools or something in your project.
>> Yes. Gallery example runs fine.
>>> Did you also rebuild all your DLLs for UWP and are all your DLLs UWP
>> Yes, of course. All these my DLLs are Qt-based DLLs and thus should
>> be UWP compatible. Am I right?
>>> The error itself reads a bit like
>>> https://bugreports.qt.io/browse/QTBUG-54251 but then again, I fixed
>>> that for 5.7.1. However, there might be some information valuable
>>> for you as well.
>>> [mailto:interest-bounces+maurice.kalinowski=qt.io at qt-project.org]
>>> *On Behalf Of *Alexander Dyagilev
>>> *Sent:* Tuesday, January 24, 2017 8:37 AM
>>> *To:* interest at qt-project.org
>>> *Subject:* [Interest] Can't run Qt application under UWP kit
>>> My app is Qt Quick Controls 2 based app. Qt 5.7.1, Windows 10,
>>> Visual Studio 2015.
>>> Desktop 32bit version works fine.
>>> But when I switch to *Qt 5.7.1 for Universal Windows Platform 32bit*
>>> kit, it fails to run with the following error:
>>> winrtrunner --device 0--start --stop --install --wait 0--profile
>>> qt.winrtrunner:Usingthe Appxprofile.
>>> qt.winrtrunner:Failedto activate application:0x8027025b"The app
>>> didn't start."
>>> Errorwhileexecuting the WinRTRunnerTool:Processcrashed
>>> It states here
>>> <https://forum.qt.io/topic/50638/start-application-on-winrt> that
>>> some dependency is missing. I've checked it using Dependency Walker
>>> and it seems that all the required DLLs are in the application's
>>> folder. I've also tried to copy just all the files from Qt kit
>>> installation into app's dir.
>>> My application consists of one main executable and three .DLL files.
>>> I've launched windeployqt for the each of them. Tried both debug and
>>> release versions.
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