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Registered: ‎07-04-2012
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Re: using standard qml components

well.. i have no luck with using qt quick on a cascade project and the QNX Momentics IDE despite reading the threads.. therefore i tried the playbook sdk on the qt creator, tried creating a new blackberry qt quick project, but no luck in running on the simular. links to the Screenshots below.

 

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Re: using standard qml components

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Did it compile and link?  Sounds like you don't have an executable of the correct architecture.  And in this case by "the simulator" I assume you mean the NDK2 playbook simulator, not using BB10 at all?

 

You keep wording something a particular way that might be a flag:  "I have no luck using qt quick on a cascade project".   What exactly do you mean by a "cascade project"?   Are you trying to mix cascade ui with qt UI?   What does your main.cpp look like?   Have you tried making a hello world?   The other threads on writing, debugging and deploying a Qt application should cover all of this.

 

Stuart