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

Nuno Santos nuno.santos at imaginando.pt
Mon Jan 30 19:13:49 CET 2023


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.

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.

So… are those files still being taking into account when building Qt, even that Qt is now built by cmake?


Or is there other place for the cmake build?




> On 26 Jan 2023, at 23:52, Thiago Macieira <thiago.macieira at intel.com> wrote:
> On Thursday, 26 January 2023 07:52:38 PST Nuno Santos wrote:
>> When building Qt 6, is this the same place for this type of settings or the
>> fact that the build is managed by cmake this files are ignored and others
>> are used. If so, which ones?
> I suggest you reconsider. The runtime that MSVC 2015+ uses on Windows 
> (Universal CRT) has been shipped with Windows 10, so there's no reason to 
> statically link to it.
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