@aha_1980 Thanks for the answer . I will try your sugestions and see how it goes. I've done all this text to ASCII in console codeblocks C++ but it seems that i need a gui to it. I am not as good in Class'es and things like that. I will try it anyways. An example could be more than good for one letter . i could do the rest alone :P . Have a good night
@Massimiliano No, you do not drop it in your app directory! You just need to call it in a terminal window and pass the path to your binary as parameter. Please read the documentation:
"The tool can be found in QTDIR/bin/windeployqt. It takes an .exe file or a directory that contains an .exe file as an argument, and scans the executable for dependencies."
dude I do not know how to thank you, the fast fix (not that fast at all i have to install 8GB)fixed my problem also i wanted to use gcc compilator but if is not avalable i will use mingw dud you really helped me now i can resume my study
then about the frist question i installed everything using the QT install wizard and i created the project using the QT wizard but i just tested it out (with the librarys and things) nad compiles with no problem in codeblocks and aabout the compiler enviroment i didn't setup anything i just installed QT throught the wizard, my expectation were that it install everithing that he need like codeblock IDE but anyway thanks you really helped me
Thanks for the quick response SGaist. I was guessing that it was something along those lines.
I also wanted to know whether to submit a bug report. One concern is that there might be other help links elsewhere in the interface that also aren't working. I'll probably go ahead and submit one but if anyone else with 3.4.0 installed can check on their system then I'll have some idea of whether it's just me or not.