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    Default Statically link QtQuick into statically linked Windows executable?

    I have compiled an application on Windows using MinGW. According to Dependency Walker, everything Qt related is statically linked, meaning on a Windows machine that has not had any Qt libraries installed.

    The issue I'm having is that in order to get the application to run, I have to distribute the exe with the QtQuick and QtQuick.2 folders from the qml directory in Qt. All the typical DLLs (Qt5Core, libgcc, libEGLC, etc.) don't need to be there, just those two QML folders.

    How can I get these folders embedded in the exe?
    Last edited by mattmichler; 10th September 2015 at 23:42.

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