AddLibraryPath does not work..
Hi I moved qt dll's files to the folder "system" and added additional path. But get message that QWebkItWidgets.dll was not found..
@int main(int argc, char *argv)
app = new QApplication(argc, argv); app->addLibraryPath("system/"); appArgs = new ApplicationArguments(app, app->arguments()); Logger::createLogger(app, appArgs->getValue("config")); MainWindow window; window.show(); result = app->exec(); Logger::destroyLogger(); return result;
I didn't use that feature yet but I'm not sure that "system/" would help, rather
@QApplication::addLibraryPath(QApplication::applicationDirPath() + "/system"); << both are statics@
Also, you have a memory leak, you are forgetting to delete app.
Hope it helps
thank you for reply, unfortunately it does not help..
Wait wait wait, did you move all Qt's dll in the system folder ?
I shouldn't have done?
IIRC, addLibraryPath is used to search for plugins, I think you need the "qt-conf ":http://qt-project.org/doc/qt-4.8/qt-conf.html file to achieve what you want
Okey.. Thank you for clarification.
I hoped to move all dll's files from application root directory...
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But, unfortunately this have nothing to do with addLibraryPath.
You should add the path to your system environment variable PATH or LD_LIBRARY_PATH.
[quote author="unmanner" date="1375477812"]Okey.. Thank you for clarification.
I hoped to move all dll's files from application root directory...[/quote]
How I can do that on a my clients computer?
It depends on how you install your application. Generally speaking, setup builder tools (like InnoSetup, NSIS etc...) offers some functionality to do that as a part of the installation process. Otherwise you would have to do it by hand for each client.