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Stand Alone Application
Nicolai last edited by
i build a QT application an now i want it to run on other machines, without qt. Do i really have to build qt static or is there another "easy" option like to configure the QT Creator or something like that? I tried to add the used dlls, but this didnt really worked.
Using WIndows 10, QT5.5
ValentinMichelet last edited by
Hi, welcome to Devnet.
Here is a topic about deployment.
By the way, it's writtent Qt. QT stands for Quick Time.
there is also
for good info.
It will work with DLLs. That is how most of us do it as
option 2 is static linking but that demands a Qt License or
that your app is open source.