I had a project where I had to do this in the main.cpp file to get it
to link with static Qt on Windows:

    #ifdef _WIN32
    #ifdef QT_STATIC
    Q_IMPORT_PLUGIN(QWindowsIntegrationPlugin)
    #endif
    #endif

Those unresolved externals you posted look familiar... Does this fix it?


HTH,
David C.

On Tue, Feb 13, 2018 at 11:28 AM, Stuermer, Michael  SP/HZA-ZSEP
<michael.stuer...@schaeffler.com> wrote:
> I try to do a CMake build with static C runtime and a static Qt 5.10.0 build
> to avoid runtime errors when giving the binaries to colleagues. The Visual
> Studio version is 2017. AFAIK the official CMake builds already use this
> “full-static-build” scheme. However I end up with some linking errors of 137
> unresolved external symbols starting with
>
>
>
> unresolved external symbol __imp_OpenThemeData referenced in function
> "public: virtual void __cdecl QVistaBackButton::paintEvent
>
>
>
> and ending with
>
>
>
> unresolved external symbol NetApiBufferFree referenced in function "public:
> static bool __cdecl QFileSystemEngine::uncListSharesOnServer
>
>
>
> Are there some tricks I have to do to get this working? I changed all /MD
> flags manually to /MT, but nothing else so far.
>
>
>
> PS: I’m not sure how the mailing list is handled compared to the gitlab
> instance. Would this be something I should open an issue for? I personally
> do not see it as an issue (which means “something has to be changed in the
> code” for me). Or is the mailing list more or less a leftover from
> before-gitlab times?
>
>
>
> Best regards,
>
> Michael
>
>
>
>
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