ACGuiApplication is a symbol that comes from that other library so it's not provided by libCommon. Have a look at the link_prl and create_prl qmake options. They should provide you with all the dependencies needed automatically.
@sierdzio Indeed the back ticks are not mandatory, however it gives the forum engine a good hint of what is following
in the cheat sheet you can actually find:
Blocks of code are either fenced by lines with three back-ticks ```, or are indented with four spaces. I recommend only using the fenced code blocks -- they're easier and only they support syntax highlighting.
The question is what is the syntax highlighting now?
@JohanSolo I already did that. My boyfriend create a program in C that copy all the libs. But when i set de rpath and run the app, error segmentation fault happens.
I'm searching a solution, but i have nothing so far.
I run in the same paradigm when I try to create a static linked library with Qt targeting Android and latter to use it with JINI on Android Studio.
Reading you post I see you have almost the same problem like me with one difference.
To me are working as far I use only std library
My problem appears when I use QString for example in the library.
Looks the static build does not statically includes the Qt framework dependencies.
Finally did you find a solution? Me I run with this issue past over one month.