Which isn't really a Qt answer.

Long ago, before Nokia, there was the mantra/design principal that Qt would always be compatible with the standard stuff. A subset of means "compatible" is written with barely readable faint gray ink.


Just my 0.00002. I can only remember twice on projects where the inability to set the sort for a QMap hurt me. It hurt bad both times so I remember the hurt, but not what caused it.


On 04/09/2018 12:46 PM, Konstantin Tokarev wrote:

09.04.2018, 20:44, "Roland Hughes" <rol...@logikalsolutions.com>:
On 01/08/2018 06:26 AM, Mark Gaiser wrote:
You might want to look into std::map[1] as well. It allows setting a compare 
function, QMap doesn't. Going that route is most likely more efficient as your 
inserts will be sorted, no need to do std::sort afterwards.
Jumping into this one late, but, is there any particular reason QMap doesn't 
allow overriding or supplying a comparison method? Has a feature request 
already been filed.
Because there is std::map

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