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    Default File does not exist error with rcc.exe

    Hello,

    This is my first post in the forum. I'm brand new to Qt. I am using the Qt visual studio add-in with Visual Studio 2008. Somewhere along the line I believe I blew up a configuration setting and during build the rcc.exe is looking for a non existent directory. The error is as follows:

    Rcc'ing recipe_manager.qrc...
    C:\Qt\4.8.3\bin\rcc.exe: File does not exist 'c:\Users\breenjoh.ALBINT\Documents\Work\Equipment Development\VisualStudio\Recipe_manager\Recipe_man ager\Recipe_manager\recipe_manager.qrc'
    Project : error PRJ0019: A tool returned an error code from "Rcc'ing recipe_manager.qrc..."

    The folder "Recipe_manager" is erroneously repeated in the path an extra time. It worked for several builds over a few days, and I'm puzzled as to how I broke it.

    For further background, I have built a form in the Qt designer, called by the add-in from Visual studio.

    In short, I believe my question is how do I go about setting that path that rcc.exe is searching on?

    Thanks!

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    Default Re: File does not exist error with rcc.exe

    Ok, I was able to correct the issue by deleting several .bak files apparently related to the form. The project builds correctly now.

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