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Trying to make QT + QGIS working
Garvane last edited by
I'm mostly a Java programmer, I worked on C++ many years ago, and knowing this my project manager has asked me to create a little app in QT that can open a shape file, using QGIS.
But I'm encountering some difficulties.
I have downloaded the QGIS tutorials of Tim Sutton from GitHub (https://github.com/qgis/QGIS-Code-Examples) and I began working on this: 4_adding_rasters_to_canvas.
I have downloaded QGIS with all the sources, version 1.8, and QT4 (first I tried QGIS 2.0 and QT5, but I have read that there is no compatibility, so I have tried to reproduce the original envinronment of the tutorials). I have open the project, edited the .pro file to include folders and libraries.
I have downloaded OSGEO4W64 (I am on Win7) with all the sources.
I have configured the kit under QT4, using as a compiler Microsoft Visual C++ 10.0 (the only one that doesn't make appear the red error icon in the kits list).
I have configured CMake with the path to the CMake 2.8 executable.
When I build the project, I see the following errors:
@main.obj:-1: error: LNK2019: unresolved external symbol "public: virtual __thiscall QgsApplication::~QgsApplication(void)" (??1QgsApplication@@UAE@XZ) referenced in function _main
main.obj:-1: error: LNK2019: unresolved external symbol "public: __thiscall QgsApplication::QgsApplication(int &,char * *,bool,class QString)" (??0QgsApplication@@QAE@AAHPAPAD_NVQString@@@Z) referenced in function _main
I have triede many things and read threads and docs online to solve this issue, but I want to start again from this point to be sure of what I'm doing.
My (first for now) question is: I need to compile the QGIS sources under Visual C++ before building the project, because QT can't see the qgis dll?
Thank for your time.
Garvane last edited by
Ok, it seems that I've managed to solve the issue: I've recompiled the 1.8 sources with cmake-gui, and linked the libraries in the build folder.
In this way QT sees the libraries.
But now I have another issue. There is this code in the tutorial
(mypLayer is a QgsRasterLayer*)
and when building it causes the following error:
@error: LNK2019: unresolved external symbol "public: class QgsMapLayer * __thiscall QgsMapLayerRegistry::addMapLayer(class QgsMapLayer *,bool,bool)"@
I have read that the addMapLayer method is deprecated, so I have replaced it with the method addMapLayers (according to Tim Sutton: http://osgeo-org.1560.x6.nabble.com/Display-raster-layer-on-own-Map-Canvas-td5002935.html ).
So I used:
@QgsMapLayerRegistry::instance()->addMapLayers(QList<QgsMapLayer*>() << mypLayer);@
and the error slightly change but doesn't go away...
@error: LNK2019: unresolved external symbol "public: class QList<class QgsMapLayer *> __thiscall QgsMapLayerRegistry::addMapLayers(class QList<class QgsMapLayer *>,bool,bool)"@
It's the proper syntax (I found examples on the internet)? There is another way to do this?
Hi and welcome to devnet,
I don't know whether QGIS has several libraries or not. In the first case, are you sure you are linking to all required libraries ?
Hope it helps