[Interest] Tweaking a static build of Qt 6 for Windows

Nuno Santos nuno.santos at imaginando.pt
Wed Feb 1 11:07:07 CET 2023


Right now my problem is that the static build of Qt is unable to compile successfully my project and I don’t understand why.

The static build of Qt does not have this problem on Mac.

Any ideas?




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> On 30 Jan 2023, at 18:34, Thiago Macieira <thiago.macieira at intel.com> wrote:
> On Monday, 30 January 2023 10:13:49 PST Nuno Santos wrote:
>> Thiago,
>> Thanks for your reply.
>> I’m not very technical about this details like yourself. I’ve been doing
>> this since ever. To reconsider I need to better understand the reasons.
> Sure.
>> The thing is. I need to have Qt compiled with MT instead of MD other wise I
>> can’t open two instances of my plugins on the same host. Also, I don’t want
>> to bundle MSVC runtimes. That sucks.
> You can open multiple plugins in the same process just fine and you don't have 
> to ship the runtime if it's already installed. It's already installed on 
> Windows 10.
>> So… are those files still being taking into account when building Qt, even
>> that Qt is now built by cmake?
> Static runtime builds still exist, but I have no idea if they are tested or 
> work. I recommend you reconsider your needs.
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> Thiago Macieira - thiago.macieira (AT) intel.com
>  Cloud Software Architect - Intel DCAI Cloud Engineering
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