Please don't post the same question in multiple sub forum, one is enough.
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Did you compile your application with your desktop Qt and then copied it over the RPi2 ?
Alright. Thanks. That sounded like a lot of work so I scanned through the application's many features and found "Run Settings" has something called "Main QML file" that seems to operate the way I expect.
Hello @JKSH thanks for your response, I already solved the issue, the problem was in qml.qrc file, i just have to edit and update the file list with new icon images, then rebuild the project again.
I'd like to add:
Specially if the Watcher needs to be used multiple times it's important to disconnect it after use:
After so many attempts without luck, the first attempt I try after writing this reply is a dfferent error :)
So the boost is no longer my problem.
For other people that my face the same problem as me, in the includepath just add: '$(BOOST_ROOT)'
Because the qml files you have are compiled in your application when using qrc. That's why you have to build your application before you can see the changes.
@JKSH thank you
QMAKE_LFLAGS += -Wl,-rpath /opt/libitems/libx64/
and it works )))
Thank you all for your help.
Possibly you have no writing access to folder G:\School\Informatica\eindopdracht or the disk is full.
ok, i will ask there. Thanks!