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- Subject: Re: lqt newbie questions
- From: Michael Gerbracht <smartmails@...>
- Date: Sat, 14 Apr 2012 09:43:27 +0100
Kottman <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On 11 April 2012 19:02, Michael Gerbracht <email@example.com> wrote:
> > The first problem I had was that the Qtxxx.dlls could not be found. [...]
> Qt DLLs should go somewhere where Windows can find shared libraries . I
> personally have one directory where I put my custom applications and
> libraries, and I have it in %PATH%. I put my Qt DLLs there.
Thanks, I changed %PATH% so that they can be found now.
> > Doing so I get the following error message when trying to load an
> > example: The procedure entry point _Z5qFreePv could not be located in
> > dynamic link library QtCore4.dll
> This seems like you are using a different QtCore4.dll than what you
> compiled against. Your best bet is to download the precompiled bindings
> together with Qt 4.7.4 DLLs from . I have compiled these for and tested
> with LfW, so they should most probably work (but you can never be 100% sure
Yes, I downloaded this zip file before but only installed the qtxxx dlls and
not the Qt dlls because I installed Qt 4.7.4 before and used the ones from
this installation. They seem to be a little bit different and with the Qt
dlls from the downloaded zip file the examples seem to work now.
Thank you very much!