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  • #12524

    spike

    Hi,

    not sure if it’s only happening with Qt 5.6, but when adding V-Play to an existing installation (Maintenance Tool),

    it’s not useable at all. It only installs a bunch of examples, a launcher, but neither the V-Play library nor any qml files.

     

    No big deal, if it would be possible to simply copy the missing files from an existing installation. Even though I got to a point where it compiles, it won’t start, because it cannot find the needed files (config.json, vplay.key, etc.).

     

    I only tested it with https://download.qt.io/development_releases/qt/5.6/5.6.0-beta/ on Linux.

     

    Please take a look at it.

     

    Thanks

    #12525

    Alex
    V-Play Team

    Hello,

     

    V-Play always depends on the latest stable and officially released version of Qt, so we will add Qt 5.6 support on the day when it initially launches.

    If you have an active V-Play subscription (Indie and up) we do provide support for using V-Play with Qt 5.6 Beta.

     

    Please let me know if there are any other questions around 5.6.

     

    Best,

    Alex

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