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Also, from what I must assume looking at your last screen shot, your PATH variable is completely wrong, as well as the QT_PLUGIN_PATH -- see yourself smile!


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my setting of path using a batch. I use the 64 bits MingW from MAME site

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set PATH=C:\mingw\mingw64-w64\bin;C:\mingw\mingw64-w64\x86_64-w64-mingw32\bin;C:\mingw\mingw64-w64\Qt\bin;%PATH%
set QT_PLUGIN_PATH=C:\mingw\mingw64-w64\Qt\plugins


No renaming.

If you use the 32bits version, you'll probably have to rename accordingly.

EDIT : In your snap, you launch from a C:\mingw folder and there is no such path in your folder.

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New MinGW builds (SVN r4297) available.

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Well that DLL dependancy can be fixed.
To do that before compiling QT you need to change few files.

In mkspecs\win32-g++-4.6\qmake.conf

just add :
QMAKE_LFLAGS = -static-libgcc -static-libstdc++

at the end.

and in : qmake\Makefile.win32-g++

change line 30
from:
LFLAGS = -static-libgcc -s
to :
LFLAGS = -static-libgcc -static-libstdc++ -s

Then there will be no such depdendancy.


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I know that, Micko... but it's no fix, and there are still many Qt DLL dependencies smile. But since I have to rebuild Qt 4.8.3 anyway (when qmake is fixed for MinGW), I may change it, but I'm actually not happy with that because it's not the official mkspec.


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OK, I just checked the official MinGW package (could have worked as a replacement as it's also open-source licensed), but guess what: it has the exact same qmake issue frown. Well, at least it's not my fault then smile.


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Here's the first set of Win32 VC++ packages for the QMC2 0.38 series:

32-bit:64-bit:


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Regarding Qt 4.8.3 and MinGW, I received some info on what's causing the qmake issue and how to fix it (patch). Let's try this wink...

BTW: I'm also documenting the build steps here, in case someone's interested.

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Yeah, this time it worked! Will upload the 64-bit version of the new Qt add-on soon, then build the 32-bit one...



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So, here's the new 64-bit package (Qt 4.8.3):


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