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    Default Qt LARGEADDRESSAWARE

    Does anyone knows if it's safe to set LARGEADDRESSAWARE on a 32bit application using Qt-5.8 and Qt WebEngine?

    I mean, I believe qt normally should be able to handle those large address spaces, right?

    Thanks,
    Mont3z.
    Last edited by mont3z; 25th January 2019 at 17:32.

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    Default Re: Qt LARGEADDRESSAWARE

    Maybe, maybe not. You would need to test it because Qt uses many subordinate components that may also have issues.
    https://stackoverflow.com/questions/...ws-executables

    Can you build a 64-bit version of your application or is the target limiting to 32-bit?

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    Default Re: Qt LARGEADDRESSAWARE

    At the moment I'm considering a migration to 64 bits.
    Thanks a lot for your reply,
    Mont3z.

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