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Strange behaviours of the executable
I just end the development of my Qt application, everything work great. Now i would like to deploy it, and like I do all the time I get the .exe from the release directory and take the dll from my Qt bin directory to put them in a new folder.
The program start but when the second call to a QFtp method nothing happened. It's seems that the command started signal is never send but nothing seems to be wrong, the window is responding.
I don't know how to debug it since it work just fine when I execute it from Qt Creator.
I compile it with Qt Creator (Qt 4.7.3 for Desktop - MSVC2008 (Qt SDK)) and i get the dll from QtSDK\Desktop\Qt\4.7.3\msvc2008\bin
Any one get an idea of why is this happening or how can I get exactly the same execution conditions that Qt Creator ?
Edit: It's my first development with the new "improbable directory name's and structure" Qt
tjenssen last edited by
Maybe there is a difference between release and debug(timing issue). Please post the code(maybe as pastebin link).
the all code is kind of huge, but it work great on debug/release when I run it from Qt Creator but not from the executable (release or debug)
the controleur::defineFtpClientLst() call the ftp::listClient() but ftp::cmdStart(int i) is never reached.
I get it.
I forgot on little '/' before a path on my conf window ...