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Problems with accessibility plugins under x86
Justin Sayne last edited by
I'm trying to deploy a QT 5.3.1 application to a win embedded x86 machine. It's build on a win7 x64 machine but obviously compiled as x86 application with the corresponding QT x86 libraries as well. I've then received the warning about having to deploy my application with accessibility plugins. This so far has always worked well but when I now pick my accessibility folder from my QtBaseDir and put into my executable's directory, it still complains about the accessibility interface for some of my classes which derives from QObject.
The funny thing is. If I delete the accessibility folder altogether, it complains about a different class. So I thought I might be linking outdated object files but even a clean & rebuild didn't bring the solution.
Can someone help me tracking the error? I.e. can I somehow make sure that a) the application finds the plugins correctly and b) they match the version expected?
Thanks in advance
Hi and welcome to devnet,
What steps did you follow to deploy your application ?