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in.device()->read(); doesn't work in release mode
jellyv last edited by
I have a binary file from where I'm reading values using in.device()->read(4);
The first four bytes of the file is the first value, the second four bytes is the second value, etc...
There are 9 values in a file, and QT reads all of them perfectly in debug mode, but in release mode, it reads the fifth value as zero. To be specific, in debug mode, QT reads the fifth value as "\x07\x00\x00\x00", and in release mode it reads fifth value as "\x00\x00\x00\x00".
Initially, I thought I had a bug in my code but then I discovered (using qDebug()) that the problem lies within in.device()->read() method. Is it possible to fix this, or is this a QT Bug?
Which version of Qt ?
Which OS ?
Where is that file located ?
Can you provide a minimal compilable example with a test file ?
Pablo J. Rogina last edited by
perfectly in debug mode, but in release mode
Are the environment (i.e. starting folder) the same based on the different modes?