roman.wueger at gmx.at
Wed Nov 27 20:16:07 CET 2019
try running windeployqt with the -qml or -qmldir option. Works for me.
You must pass the qml directory to the Option like %QTDIR%\qml
> Am 27.11.2019 um 19:58 schrieb Jason H <jhihn at gmx.com>:
> I tried to use windeployqt to create a QML application directory structure to run on a system without Qt.
> I placed the resulting directory tree on the system and got nothing. Like I double clicked the .exe and nothing happened. So I went to the command line (cmd.exe) It just gave me the prompt back. No window was created.
> I loaded it up in depends.exe on the system that built it and I only noted two things:
> 1. QtCore5.dll had an invalid signature
> 2. The app was linking against i386 and x64 libraries.
> I don't know if those were the problems though.
> How do I debug this?
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