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Stack Overflow for Teams is a private, secure spot for you and your coworkers to find and share information. Now I am searching sourcce type “configure -static”.
Go do something else, because it will take a while. Some modules will likely cause you troubles when compiling statically because you need to resolve the dependencies statically; one example is webkit, so if you don’t need it be sure to disable it It is generally not a good idea to build the debug symbols into a static library, so I normally debug with the dynamic version, and use the static Qt to generate releases only.
Make sourxe build directory, preferable something like C: The Windows SDK also has this shortcut. Some tips that result from my experience, and add a bit more to the answer of rubenv: Sign up using Email and Password.
Unzip it to say, C: Post as a guest Name. Is there any possible way to make the static build out of it.
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I’m resigning as a moderator from all Stack Exchange sites, effective today. Use ActivePerl if you don’t want any trouble, or build it yourself. I downloaded that web installer.
Email Required, but never shown. Cannot open include file: I don’t think it comes with all the source code, but you could try, if there is a configure. Improving the question-asking experience. After configure finishes, you’ll either have to type nmake Visual Studio or mingwmake. Active 1 year, 2 months ago.
But I don’t know where the hell “the qt path”. I must warn you that Strawberry perl comes with its own toolchain and that may get used instead of the MinGW you downloaded. Therefore, my configure looks something like this: Now I installed it.
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I found a web- windows installer in qt. I guess it still doesn’t. Not that I know. Can anybody shed a light on this issue. Try gcc -v to see if it can be found. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.