Qt and Netbeans IDE



  • Hi All,

    My name is Ali and I am a new qt-project user since today. I have started building Qt applications in Netbeans 8.0.2 IDE. As a first and very simple project, I get the following error message once I click "Run":

    "The application failed with exit code -1073741515 (0xc0000135). This could indicate that no required .dll was found in the PATH. Please try to start the following command from the command shell (cmd.exe). This may give some additional information."

    I was wondering if someone here knows how to fix this, or at least what the source of error is? Thank you.


  • Moderators

    Hi, and welcome to the Qt Dev Net!

    Error 0xc0000135 is STATUS_DLL_NOT_FOUND on Windows. Your application needs to find the Qt DLLs in order to run.

    As a side note, what version of Qt are you using? I can only find instructions for Qt 4 with NetBeans; I haven't found any info for Qt 5.



  • Thanks for your writing. I am using Qt 5.4. I could not find Qt 4 at qt-project.org. I'll gratefully thank you if you let me know where I can find Qt 4 and how to fix the error?

    Thanks again.


  • Moderators

    Hi,

    I don't have experience with NetBeans, so I don't know how to fix it there, sorry.

    If you installed Qt 5.4, then you already have the Qt Creator 3.3 IDE. Are you willing to use that instead?

    Qt 4 is very old, and it will stop being supported after 19 December 2015. Do you still want to use it?



  • Hi,

    I have been using Qt Creator in past, but I found it somehow unfriendly. I prefer NetBeans since I have been using it again in past, but for Java programming. Nowadays in I am coding in C++ and I prefer to stay with both NetBeans and the uniquely amazing Qt libraries.

    Do you know any solution? Thank you.


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