[Lazarus] For QtLCL users - new feature, need testers
dibo20 at wp.pl
Wed Oct 16 06:47:38 CEST 2013
2013/10/13 zeljko <zeljko at holobit.net>
> On 10/13/2013 01:14 AM, Krzysztof wrote:
>> I'm still dreaming about modular Qt :) . Now to deploy QtLCL application
>> I need to provide all Qt libs (even webkit, but I don't use it). I'm
>> working on project based on pure Qt 5.1, I needed to use C++ instead of
>> FPC :/ . Those libs are amazing, not only GUI but for example
>> QMultimedia, QNetwork and websockets. I'm wondering if exists any tool
>> which can automatically convert Qt API headers into FPC. For example
>> gtk3 headers for FPC are generated by some tool (don't remember the
>> name). Was current Qt4Pas unit written manually line by line? My dream
>> is to write pure Qt application (I'm not interested in LCL) using FPC
>> for all platforms as I'm doing now with C++
> Yes, there is actually tool which can create modular Qt libs, but it needs
> a lot of time to create C bindings. Feel free to create it using doxygen.
> From times of Kylix 3 Andreas Hausladen created QtC bindings by using
> doxygen (which creates classes in xml) ,and then via small console program
> he created libqtc and QtLibrary.pas.
> Of course that was "all in one" library binding, but it can be separated
> into various C bindings. I support your idea too, but Den Jean created
> current bindings and he is working on that part, so maybe you should ask
> him , or maybe we can provide to him some bounty to create separated qtc
> bindings (libQt4Core -> libQt4PasCore,libQt4Gui -> libQt4PasGui,
> libQt4Network -> libQt4PasNetwork etc etc).
That would be a great idea. Is there any contact to Den Jean?
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