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  1. Qt
  2. QTBUG-47541

QtWebEngine get not compiled with Windows 10 and MSVC 2015 RTM


    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: P2: Important
    • Resolution: Done
    • Affects Version/s: 5.5.0
    • Fix Version/s: 5.6.0
    • Component/s: WebEngine
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    • Environment:
      * OS: Windows 10 Professional Release Build 10240 x64
      * Compiler: MSVC 2015 x86 and x64
      * Native x86 and x64 Visual Studio 2015 Command Prompt
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      When I try to compile QtWebEngine, it prints an Error like "QtWebEngine can only be build with Linux, Windows (MSVC 2013) ... - WebEngine will not be built."

      The configure Parameter are as follows:

      c:\qt5src\configure -opensource -confirm-license -prefix d:\qt-build
      -opengl dynamic -debug-and-release -developer-build
      -openssl -I C:\opensslx32\include -L c:\opensslx32\lib -mp -skip webkit
      -nomake tests -nomake examples

      All additional Tools like PSCP from PuTTy are installed and in the System Environment Path.

      Is it possible to have a fix for it in 5.5.1? That would be great. I just started to move from WebKit to WebEngine and now it does not get build. (Yes there are pre-compiled MSVC 2013 Packages - but I have some OpenSSL Stuff in my App.)

      In Addition: I have lost 12 hours today figuring out why WebEngine always got skipped. A fix for that (some Error Messages) would be nice too.

      [I had Python 3.4 installed (which I use on every Qt Version since 5.2.0 - never had a Problem). But WebEngine says "Python Version '*,' is installed but >2 [2.7] is required. It will not compile with Python 3.4 also. I went back to the latest 2.7 ActivePython available after all. Then it finally gave me the above mentioned Build Error Message]



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            • Assignee:
              kkohne Kai Köhne
              meermusik Oliver Niebuhr
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