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Linker error while accessing static member funtion of QString with /GZ compiler option
ramanujam last edited by
I am facing a problem when linking my project with /GZ compiler option.
I followed below steps
- Created a shared library to include QtCore modules
- included QtCore in my cpp file and added QString test = QString::number(5000); to convert number into a QString.
- Then added the
QMAKE_CFLAGS += /Gz
QMAKE_CXXFLAGS += /Gz
into the .pro file
- Rebuild entire project
There are linker errors for these QString.
error LNK2019: unresolved external symbol "__declspec(dllimport) public: static class QString __stdcall QString::number(int,int)" (_imp?number@QString@@SG?AV1@HH@Z) referenced in function "void __stdcall function(void)" (?function@@YGXXZ)
If I remove above compiler option /GZ from a .pro file it links successfully.
My observation is accessing all static member functions of a class are giving linker error with this compiler option.
quint64 g_ulCurrentPID = QCoreApplication::applicationPid();
Also my project settings include "UNICODE" and "No (/Zc:wchar_t-)". I tried with "treat _wchar_t as default Built-in Type" as Yes. Still I am facing the same problem.
Could you please help to solve this linker error
Thanks & Regards,
andre last edited by
Just guessing, but perhaps you should compile Qt itself with this option too for this to work?