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Include library source in my project
I'm working on a modbus project and I'm having some problem with serial communication. I'd like to debug through the source code of the qtserialbus library. I got the source code from git but I don't know hot to include it in my project. I'm with win/mingw. I tried to include the serialbus project as subdir (my project has TEMPLATE = subdirs) but it won't compile because missing private headers.
Thank you for any support.
Hi and welcome to devnet,
What version of Qt are you using ?
What OS ?
Hi SGaist, I'm using Win 10 Pro and compiling with mingw. I'm using Qt 5.9.
What do you mean by
include the source from the QtSerialBus module in your project?
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Did you download Qt's sources ?
I did downloaded the source of the qtserialbus library.
Thank you to Eligijus, that's almost what I was looking for. I'd like to debug the QT library class QModbusClient at first, but I also would like to modify it, to insert some debug code for instance.
In that case you have to build the module and use that version with your application.
@SGaist: yes, thanks. But the module won't compile because some files are missing, as I wrote in my first post. Please help.
What exactly is missing ?
I downloaded source from https://github.com/qt/qtserialbus/tree/5.9.1
I got a dir qtserialbus-5.9.1 with qtserialbus.pro
Inside it there is the dir 'src' with its src.pro
Inside it there is the dir 'serialbus' with serialbus.pro
Which one should I use?
I tried to build qtserialbus.pro and I got "In file included from C:\Dropbox\Progetti\Library\qt\qtserialbus-5.9.1\qtserialbus-5.9.1\src\serialbus\qmodbusserver.cpp:39:0:
C:\Dropbox\Progetti\Library\qt\qtserialbus-5.9.1\qtserialbus-5.9.1\src\serialbus\qmodbusserver_p.h:43:40: fatal error: private/qmodbuscommevent_p.h: No such file or directory
Can't you use the Qt installer? You would get all the libs build and included by default.
You should not compile Qt modules without configuring Qt first. Please see https://wiki.qt.io/Building_Qt_5_from_Git for detailed info on how to configure and build Qt.