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Have you explicitly added
in your code? Sometimes it's only a matter of where to find the class definition, even though the compilation works just fine.
Hi and welcome to devnet,
If possible, you should upgrade to 5.5, IIRC, there's been a lot of work done in the bluetooth module for it.
@VRonin Thanks!, this is what I ended up doing in the end, I just wondered if there was a nicer way like StackView.
If you do not like that cleanup or if it is too hard to decide whether to free the memory you can use one oft these.
I have used QSharedDataPointer (but not the others so far), and it seems to work nice.
at funtion gerarRelatorio i swap the qDeleteAll on line down(original position). and it worked.
I now will upload to my test server, and see what happens.
i doesn't care any more about what is causing the problem, i just hope that is solved.
If you want to build KDSOAP for 32bit then just use a 32bit Qt build. You'll avoid all these troubles
Plus, after building a release version on MacOS, run the macdeployqt tool to have all Qt dependencies inside the app.