[Interest] Qt.conf and desktop application

roland at logikalsolutions.com roland at logikalsolutions.com
Wed Jan 16 19:36:28 CET 2019

Quoting Nikos Chantziaras:

> On 16/01/2019 14:46, Roland Hughes wrote:
>> # Unlike the system directories the RPATH tree isn't walked, only the
>> actual
>> # entry. Must list all of them for deployment.
>> #
>>   $ORIGIN/plugins: \
>>   $ORIGIN/plungins/platforms: \
>>   $ORIGIN/plugins/qtwebengine: \
>>   $ORIGIN/libexec:
> You don't need all that. Plugins are loaded dynamically by Qt after the
> application has already been loaded. The system loader does not load any
> plugins, and so they don't need an rpath.

Shouldn't need all of that. Possibly. When building a single .deb  
which would deploy and run on Ubuntu 14.04, 16.04 and 18.04 machines  
without any Internet connection, I did. At one point it was even a  
multi-arch .deb. One package bringing along everything needed for the  
32-bit executables to run on 64-bit machines which did not have the  
IA-32 (or whatever they call them these days) packages installed.
Roland Hughes, President
Logikal Solutions
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