connecting CPLEX to Qt
hello, i'm new in Qt, i don't know how to use CPLEX libraries in Qt
so here is my *.pro file
QT += core QT -= gui CONFIG += c++11 TARGET = Console1 CONFIG += console CONFIG -= app_bundle TEMPLATE = app SOURCES += main.cpp QMAKE_CFLAGS_RELEASE = -O2 -MD -MP -C -Wall -fPIC INCLUDEPATH += C:/IBM/ILOG/CPLEX_Studio_Preview126/cplex/include INCLUDEPATH += C:/IBM/ILOG/CPLEX_Studio_Preview126/concert/include INCLUDEPATH += C:/Program Files (x86)/Microsoft Visual Studio 11.0/VC/include DEFINES += IL_STD, ILO_MSVC, ILO_RS6000, _USING_V110_SDK71_ #// cplex123.lib library LIBS += C:/IBM/ILOG/CPLEX_Studio_Preview126/cplex/lib/x86_windows_vs2012/stat_mda/cplex1260.lib #// ilocplex library LIBS += C:/IBM/ILOG/CPLEX_Studio_Preview126/cplex/lib/x86_windows_vs2012/stat_mda/ilocplex.lib #// concert.lib library LIBS += C:/IBM/ILOG/CPLEX_Studio_Preview126/concert/lib/x86_windows_vs2012/stat_mda/concert.lib
i'm using MSVC 2013 kit, compiling with visual c++ 11.0 but actually this doesn't work, i've got those errors :
C:\IBM\ILOG\CPLEX_Studio_Preview126\cplex\include\ilcplex\cpxconst.h:288: error: expected ')' before 'deprecated' # define CPXDEPRECATEDAPI(version) __declspec(dllimport deprecated) ^
someone can help me ?
It doesn't look like a Qt issue. You should check whether this library supports your compiler.
cplex libraries are created to visual c++ (2012 here) and i've set the compiler as Microsoft Visual C++ compiler 11.0 (x86)
Hi and welcome to devnet,
You can't mix libraries built with different versions of Visual Studio. Their compiler are not compatible one with the other. All libraries and applications must be build with the same version of Visual Studio.
@SGaist Hi thank you for answering
what can i do now ? i've tested it on visual C++ 2013 and i set the platforme at v110 beause of libraries for visual C++ 2012 and it works fine
but i don't know how to do for Qt
Do you have that library available for any other version of Visual Studio ?
@SGaist yes, for visual studio 2010
Nothing more modern ?
In any case, you can build Qt yourself from sources using the latest version of Visual Studio you can to accommodate that library.
i have only libraries for visual studio 2012 and 2010, how can i do it ?
Here you have the instructions