I use Windows and msvc 2015 compiler.
I Installed a qt-opensource-windows-x86-5.9.2.exe. Then I changed a very little some headers in qtwebengine module. Then, I need to rebuild it. I opened configurated by Qt console for msvc2015 x86_64 compiler, go to the src/qtwebengine, typing qmake and after that nmake. nmake only outputs
Microsoft (R) Program Maintenance Utility Version 14.00.24210.0
Copyright (C) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
but did nothing.
I downloaded qtwebengine-opensource-src-5.9.2 separately and try to buid it - the same result.
How to rebuild qtwebengine using msvc 2015 compiler?
After doing the exact same thing on a Windows machine I was able to compare all Makefiles. I noticed that the main Makefile on OSX was lacking all Qt' modules (SUBTARGETS was empty). So I started to find out why this happend. After a while I noticed that the .gitmodules file was in a different location comparing to the Windows setup. After moving it into the src/ dir the make command finally started to work.
I'm not sure why it moved but maybe it is a bug in Keka so it doesn't handle dot prefixed files correctly.
What you see is the "default" light. AFAIK you can get no pointer to the default light to change its position, color, intensity or the like. If you want to have control you will have to add your own light to the root entity which then replaces the "default" light by some internal magic.
@raven-worx Thank you, it's cleart to me now. One more question - is there any possibility of grabing image of webview on android excent taking screenshot and cropping it? I know this solution is not ideal, but can't rewrite whole app and its UI logic now.
It does work on debug configuration.
I did set the QT_QPA_PLATFORM_PLUGIN_PATH environment variable to "Qt\5.7\msvc2015_64\plugins\platforms" directory and I also tried to create a platforms directory in my exe directory and copy the qwindows.dll there.
You shouldn't set it to the "platforms" folder, but to the (parent) "plugins" folder instead.