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    Eric

    I am working on a desktop game using┬áVPlay and need to build 64-bit versions of my game for testing and eventual deployment on windows. Unfortunately, VPlay doesn’t ship with 64-bit kits for windows because Qt5 apparently doesn’t have an official 64-bit version.

    I’ve installed an unofficial 64-bit version of Qt5 (http://tver-soft.org/qt64) but now need to link VPlay properly, and I couldn’t find any information on this in your docs or forums.

    Any advice on what I will need to add to my .pro file (and/or my main.cpp) to get this to build properly, or where to start my research? Right now, I get:

    "C:\...\main.cpp:2: error: VPApplication: No such file or directory"

    Thanks so much in advance for your help/input! Any guidance on how to properly build a 64-bit app on windows would be much appreciated!

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    Alex
    V-Play Team

    Hi,

    if you open the maintenance tool in the root folder of your V-Play installation, choose “Add or remove components”, then you can add the “msvc2013 64-bit” package, which also includes the V-Play libs, and you are ready to go.

    Cheers,
    Alex

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