The Windows deployment tool windeployqt is designed to automate the process of creating a deployable folder containing the Qt -related dependencies (libraries, QML imports, plugins, and translations) required to run the application from that folder. Jul 10, 2017 My rather ugly box. I printed this rather ugly box to put it into because it’s an industrial application where it gets installed on a system and a rectangular box is the optimal shape. Integrating with CMake. It is possible to run windeployqt and macdeployqt from CMake, but first the path to the executables must be found: # Retrieve the absolute path to qmake and then use that path to find # the binaries gettargetproperty(qmakeexecutable Qt5::qmake IMPORTEDLOCATION) getfilenamecomponent(qtbindir '$qmakeexecutable.
I am trying to build a Qt5 Widget application as a ROS2 package with colcon. After followingthis tutorial (only that I am using a Widget application instead of a quick app), I finally was able to compile the package, but I cannot run it because I get the following output:
Qt Plugin Dll
I am using a custom package.xml and CMakeLists.txt as follows:
Cmake Qt Include Directory
Maybe it has something to do with the entries under <build_depend> and <exec_depend>? I just took them out of the tutorial which is over 8 months old, so maybe something is outdated here. Where do I get the correct dependencies from which I Need to put into package.xml?