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In reference to an issue discussed on Wireshark-dev submitted June 03, 2014 by Graham Bloice: There are several DLL's that are not included when the QT interface is compiled. Other than manually copying these files is there something within the build process that can be modified to get these files to include properly. I am not familiar with QT and how it includes its dependencies when creating a deployment package.

asked 21 Aug '14, 11:30

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Currently using 1.12.1 (just cloned) and QT 5.3 ... QT version says it can't find libGLESv2.dll after build. The issue on wireshark-dev forum says that there are dlls that are not copied to the release directory: libGLESv2.dll libEGL.dll

I just can't seem to figure out where to put this in (properly) before creating my deployment package.

(21 Aug '14, 11:46) syk0sis6

All the Qt developments are done in master branch and not in the master-1.12 branch. You should consider switching your branch as Wireshark 1.12.X Qt support will most likely stay as it is today.

(21 Aug '14, 12:12) Pascal Quantin

Current master branch should copy all the required Dlls when compiling with Qt 5.3 or later. Which version of Wireshark and Qt are you using?

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answered 21 Aug '14, 11:34

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Currently using 1.12.1 (just cloned) and QT 5.3 ... QT version says it can't find libGLESv2.dll after build. The issue on wireshark-dev forum says that there are dlls that are not copied to the release directory: libGLESv2.dll libEGL.dll

I just can't seem to figure out where to put this in (properly) before creating my deployment package.

(21 Aug '14, 11:40) syk0sis6

You should switch to the master branch. I'm not sure if the fixes for QT builds have been backported to the 1.12.x branches.

(21 Aug '14, 14:33) grahamb ♦

Thanks guys.. worked with current master .... QT works ... Unfortunately have to track down why the GTK version doesn't..

(22 Aug '14, 07:51) syk0sis6
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