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AbstractCheckable missing when building for Android on Windows
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I have a new QML based app that I have been working on. When I build it in Linux, the APK seems to be generated just fine, and seems to run just fine. However, when I build the same app, with the same code, on Windows, it builds, but gives me an error when it is launched. The error is "java.io.FileNotFoundException: --Added-by-androiddeployqt--/qml/QtQuick/Controls/Private/AbstractCheckable.qml".
From Googling around, it seems that qmlimportscanner isn't properly figuring out that it needs to include the AbstractCheckable.qml. So, is there any way to explicitly tell QMake to include that file? Or, is there some way to convince qmlimportscanner that it is needed?