I followed your advice and it worked. Apparently the Qt5PrintSupport.dll and Qt5OpenGL.dll files were missing. I copied them to the application directory and it worked.
Thank you very much.
AFAIK, the QtQuick Compiler is a licensed product so you should check with the Qt Company directly. On a side note, it's likely going to be a host tools like qmake or moc so one thing you can try is to copy the one you already have in the binary folder of our self-built Qt.
Yes I was aware of the removal, hence the desire to begin the dev using QtQuick2.
It doesn't stop me designing the app such that the GUI is separated from the backend C++, so I can rework the QtQuick1 GUI when I get access to the new board with Qt5.8 support (effectively a GPU and OpenGL use).
Thanks for the dev list link, I would love to delve into this some more but I have to get producing some pages for the App. :)
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