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Yes, I had to reinstalled QT on Visual C++. Works OK...
Use the amd64 command prompt when building Qt.
and others like https://stackoverflow.com/questions/14692019/linking-error-because-of-different-versions-msvc-and-qt-libraries
SetName takes in a char* because it is a part of an API.
Here are the relevant linker calls. I don't know how to get the .pro file from a VS project.
Here is the linker call in the project that makes the dll:
Here is the linker call for the project that uses the dll and has the run time error:
Try in your test.h as follows:
Do not modify your ui_test.h.
Here you have the instructions
Hi and welcome to devnet,
One thing you can use is the windeployqt helper program. It should setup your Qt dependencies correctly for your application to start.
@TheBadger Thank you that was the right link.