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Moved: wrong system variable? QT designer, QT assistant, ... don’t work!
nemesis303 last edited by
I couldn't find a proper answer in the internet to the following problem: after installation of QT, after configuring and running nmake, I tried to start (for example) Qt Designer which doesn't work, because it says that something's missing in the QtCore4.dll. Here's the message (in german):
"Der Prozedureinsprungpunkt '_Z17qt_message_output9QtMsgTypePKc' wurde in der DLL 'QtCore4.dll' nicht gefunden."
For english speakers: the procedure entry point 'blabla' couldn't be found in the DLL QtCore4.dll. I read a lot about changing the system variables, but that doesn't solve the problem. I made sure not to have any QtCore4.dll files on my HD before installing Qt. Besides: nmake ended with some fatal errors. Could that be a reason? If yes, why does it end like that? I couldn't have done anything wrong! Why can't I find help on the Qt website, since this is an issue which many people have?? Does anybody have a suggestion?
Thank you all in advance,
edit: I use Qt 2010.04
system variable PATH: added C:\Qt\2010.04\qt\bin; C:\Qt\2010.04\bin;
there're three qtcore4.dll's: one in C:\Qt\2010.04\bin (2.226 kb), one in C:\Qt\2010.04\qt\bin (2.096 kb) and in C:\Qt\2010.04\qt\lib (2.096 kb) - just in case this helps you
kibsoft last edited by
Why did you post this message here? Have you found a bug in the DevNet?
mgran last edited by
(Moved to "Installation and Deployment" now)