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GammaRay doesn't find plugins, but these plugins are in the correct folder

  • Hello,
    I'm using GammaRay 2.11 on Windows 10 with Qt 5.12.1 on 64-bit. I compiled it (GammaRay) myself with the Qt that I downloaded from the website. Nearly every plugin in GammaRay cannot be found (I'm using german localization, the text says it couldn't load that plugin):
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    Actually the plugin is there in this directory. I have no clue, why it couldn't be loaded. And I remember, that with earlier versions of gammaray (version 2.9 and before) I hadn't this problem.

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    Hi and welcome to devnet,

    Might be a silly question but did you try to call nmake install after the build ended ?

  • Now I spotted my mistake. I was using the Visual Studio Project File Generator from CMake. I did indeed build the target "INSTALL". But maybe the Debug and the Release Library got mixed up. I didn't find any library missing.

    Now I used the NMake Generator from CMake and it works. Thanks for giving me that clue.
    Would be good if GammaRay would warn when using the wrong Generator.

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