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Qt5.1.0 Static linking, “This application cannot be statically linked to the fftreal library”
lilgoldfish last edited by
These are the exact steps that I took:
Installed Qt 5.1.0 from this link and placed it in
Extracted sources and put it into
Installed Active Python 2.7 (Added to PATH) in:
Ruby 200 (ticked the option to add to PATH when installing) in:
and Perl64 in:
Installed only "Client C API Library" portion from mysql-5.5.32-win32.msi: http://dev.mysql.com/downloads/installer/
@Qt5.1.0 for Desktop (MinGW 4.8 32 bit)@
as admin and typed
@configure -static -qt-sql-mysql -I C:\MySql\include -L C:\MySql\lib@
all in one line. Like so: http://i.stack.imgur.com/lZeqm.png
I noticed this http://i.stack.imgur.com/l4YE0.png when it prompted me to run
(just above "WARNING:" It says my additional libraries are located in -LC:\MySql\lib without a space between L and C.
- I disregarded that and ran
after the configure was done.
After awhile, I get this error (at the bottom of image).
What am I missing/not doing? I need some guidance. If there is some sort of 5.1.0 Static build guide that I can reference, that would be great! Thank you all ahead of time.
My PATH has this
@%APPDATA%\Python\Scripts;C:\Qt\Qt5.1.0\Source\Ruby200\bin;C:\cygwin;C:\Program Files (x86)\MiKTeX\miktex\bin;C:\Python27@