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error on compiling statically linked library created in Qt


error on compiling statically linked library created in Qt

By : user3862094
Date : January 02 2021, 06:48 AM
I hope this helps you . If you can compile some parts with errors but only get compile errors when you #include Qt parts in the QtGui module, then you may need to look at your .pro file and make sure that you DON'T have QT -= gui.
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What is inside .lib file of Static library, Statically linked dynamic library and dynamically linked dynamic library?

What is inside .lib file of Static library, Statically linked dynamic library and dynamically linked dynamic library?


By : gongomgra
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
like below fixes the issue For a static library, the .lib file contains all the code and data for the library. The linker then identifies the bits it needs and puts them in the final executable.
For a dynamic library, the .lib file contains a list of the exported functions and data elements from the library, and information about which DLL they came from. When the linker builds the final executable then if any of the functions or data elements from the library are used then the linker adds a reference to the DLL (causing it to be automatically loaded by Windows), and adds entries to the executable's import table so that a call to the function is redirected into that DLL.
Dynamic linking error with statically linked boost library

Dynamic linking error with statically linked boost library


By : Loy van Beek
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hop of those help? Sorry, this question is asked by myself, and finally I figured out the reason, and I pasted the solution in the Edit section of the question. But @TobiMcNamobi suggests to give this question an answer even it is asked by myself. So I paste the answer here:
I mixed up CMAKE_CXX_FLAGS_RELEASE with CMAKE_CXX_FLAGS, the former has a /MD option, but the latter does not. In fact cmake will pass the latter to compiler, so my program is actually linked statically as the error output shows.
Linker error with glew when library is statically linked

Linker error with glew when library is statically linked


By : vinosubi
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope this helps I am trying to build an opengl project in Visual Studio 2012. I wanted to statically include glew library, so I built it from source and copied the generated glew32sd.lib to my lib directory. I gave this lib path to Visual Studio and put "glew32sd.lib" to my additional dependencies in VS. , You have two problems in the linker settings:
Getting load library or linking error for XCB plugin of statically linked Qt5

Getting load library or linking error for XCB plugin of statically linked Qt5


By : Priyanka Sethi
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps . Solution was simple - just link with proper system libs: fixed with adding
code :
FIND_PACKAGE( X11 REQUIRED )

SET(OS_SPECIFIC_LIBS
   ...
   xcb
   X11-xcb
   ${X11_LIBRARIES}
)
Are library files corresponding to stdio.h dynamically linked or statically linked

Are library files corresponding to stdio.h dynamically linked or statically linked


By : user5857587
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this will help On Linux and many other *nix systems, you typically link the C standard library dynamically, it's the default with gcc and clang. But you're still free to link statically if you want to. It entirely depends on your system, environment, toolchain and personal settings.
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