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Windows 7 64-bit Platform: Qt ONLY debugs my app in assembler



  • I'm creating a generic Qt app, that is, it's not an MSVC app. I don't have MSVC installed. If I have Qt build my app on my 64-bit windows 7 does that mean my app is a 64-bit app? This then means that Qt can't debug my app?

    Thanks, shawno



  • [quote author="shawno" date="1281375109"]If I have Qt build my app on my 64-bit windows 7 does that mean my app is a 64-bit app?[/quote]
    No, you have the 32bit version of Qt, as far as i know there isn't a 64 bit version for Windows, yet (only Linux has that)

    I guess you checked the "Operate by Instruction" option in the Debug menu (uncheck that to revert to what, i guess, you are used to see when debugging)



  • I thank you.



  • You can build a 64 bit version with the 64 bit msvc compiler, should you want to do that.



  • but if you want to build it yourself you should know that there is a bug in VS2010 compiler as you can see "here":http://developer.qt.nokia.com/forums/viewthread/319/ which causes release builts to crash.


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