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    Default Strange path during build-process

    I get a linker error that says that several Qt libraries are not found. The path for these files is incorrect. That incorrect path is also in the generated makefile (in the LIBS variable). I just do not know how it comes to this path. I have checked the * .pro file and the project settings in Qt Creator. Nowhere I can find this incorrect path.
    Does anyone know how the LIBS entries in the Makefile.Debug are generated?

    OS: Windows7
    Qt: 5.7
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    Default Re: Strange path during build-process

    They are generated by qmake and its collection of specification files and settings. The paths should match the Qt that qmake is part of (i.e. Was built inside of). Make sure you are using the the qmake binary you think you are.

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