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AW: AW: Problem with ldd in cygwin 1.7.22
- From: Peter Klotz <Peter dot Klotz at ith-icoserve dot com>
- To: Warren Young <warren at etr-usa dot com>, Cygwin-L <cygwin at cygwin dot com>
- Date: Sat, 27 Jul 2013 07:24:09 +0200
- Subject: AW: AW: Problem with ldd in cygwin 1.7.22
- References: <FDCF7296051FAA4B967818014FE88B23F3512EB656 at hermes dot ith-icoserve dot com> <51F24EB9 dot 1080607 at gmail dot com> <FDCF7296051FAA4B967818014FE88B23F3512EB65F at hermes dot ith-icoserve dot com> <51F2E9FB dot 8020600 at etr-usa dot com>
> > The build of Qt5Core.dll was done with Visual Studio, not with
> Qt is a C++ library. C++ compiler output is not cross-compiler
> compatible. Unless I'm wrong, and this one DLL is pure C, you're not
> going to be able to link it to a C++ program built with GCC.
There was no intention of linking this Qt5Core.dll together with gcc compiled code. I just tried to use ldd to obtain all dependent libraries (which are compiled with Visual Studio too).
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