Can't figure out how to build QSerialPort with 5.2.0



  • Hi guys,

    I'm trying to compile my own set of Windows 64-bit Qt libraries using MSVC2010. In particular, I'm using the -no-icu and -opengl desktop flags. For whatever reason, every time I build the complete set of libraries, it seems to leave out Qt5SerialPort.dll, which is another library my application needs.

    I was under the impression that QSerialPort was now part of the standard Qt build from 5.1 onwards. Is there some reason it refuses to build for me? Is there a special flag I need to pass to specifically build that library along with everything else?

    If it helps, here is the exact command I was using:

    @configure.exe -prefix C:\Qt\Qt5.2.0\5.2.0\msvc2010x64 -debug-and-release -opengl desktop -no-icu -no-audio-backend -mp -nomake examples -platform win32-msvc2010@

    Thanks!


  • Moderators

    Hi,

    Yes, Qt Serial Port is now part of the Qt, and should build on Windows.

    I'm not sure if this is related, but try calling configure.bat (not configure.exe), in the top-level directory (1 level up from qtbase)


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