I think I get the picture... With current resources we must prioritize this to after 4.7 release, but someone should be able to get into it sooner or later.
If someone is really interested in about this, I can help you to get started implementing this. If you know IRC, you can contact me at #qtjambi at irc.freenode.org, or just give me a mail or respond to the mailing list. -- Terveisin Samu Voutilainen On Monday 06 September 2010 14:11:06 Eskil Abrahamsen Blomfeldt wrote: > Den 06.09.2010 12:41, skrev ext s...@smar.fi: > > It indeed uses qt4.7 rc1. We talked about it and it was compiled with beta2, apologizes about misinformation. > > > > I have been thinking about QML support, and there has been some ideas about > > in in other forum, but so far no-one has been able to look what would be > > most appropriate way to implement it. > > > > So, ideas, developers, resources for implementing it to Jambi would be > > useful. > > > > > > I haven't tried it, but since QML works on QObjects, it might be pretty > easy to get some basic stuff working just by mapping the public > QDeclarative classes to Qt Jambi. When you register a Qt Jambi object > (setContextProperty()) which inherits from QObject, its properties, > signals and slots should be available for use in QML. I guess exposing > custom types to QML will be harder, as it requires a call to a template > function, so it would require some special-case binding code to be > written, but I think you can get pretty far with the built-in types and > QObjects. There might be (read: probably is) something I haven't > considered, though =) > > -- Eskil > _______________________________________________ > Qt-jambi-interest mailing list > Qtfirstname.lastname@example.org > http://lists.trolltech.com/mailman/listinfo/qt-jambi-interest > _______________________________________________ Qt-jambi-interest mailing list Qtemail@example.com http://lists.trolltech.com/mailman/listinfo/qt-jambi-interest