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virtscreen: fix qt error #100868

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@Lassulus Lassulus commented Oct 17, 2020

should fix #84511
well this at least fixes the qt errors during startup, sadly now it throws this error when trying to start the interface:

QSystemTrayIcon::setVisible: No Icon set
file:///nix/store/k1srawz1rd0sk9582r4j3j7a92sjf3gd-virtscreen-0.3.1/lib/python3.8/site-packages/virtscreen/assets/AppWindow.qml:59:13: Type Label unavailable
file:///nix/store/hxrpj8j78819sxg3n1zrv91pai0lc8kk-qtquickcontrols2-5.14.2-bin/lib/qt-5.14.2/qml/QtQuick/Controls.2/Material/qmldir: plugin cannot be loaded for module "": Module namespace 'QtQuick.Controls.Material' does not match import URI ''
qml: Loader Status Changed. 3
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@Flygrounder Flygrounder commented Dec 19, 2020

I am trying to build my own Qt app on NixOs and I have the same error about Material plugin.

file:///nix/store/xjxhddd4x1ask9z5qyj39vvgjk1k7331-qtquickcontrols2-5.14.2-bin/lib/qt-5.14.2/qml/QtQuick/Controls.2/Material/qmldir: plugin cannot be loaded for module "": Module namespace 'QtQuick.Controls.Material' does not match import URI ''

Seems like Nix ships it in a wrong format. The only other clue I've found on the Internet about this error is this but the only solution there is a hack with environmental variable

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@stale stale bot commented Jul 20, 2021

I marked this as stale due to inactivity. → More info

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