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Regular Contributor
Posts: 70
Registered: ‎09-06-2012
My Device: Developer
My Carrier: Bell Mobility

QML slot and signal emitted from C++

The more I read the documentation the examples the more confused I get.

 

At this point I have given up trying to connect a QML signal with a C++ slot as the connect always fails (for some reason)  and in fact program hangs with SIGABRT. Though,  I thought I had eventually found a way to get address of Control ( Page or Container) where signal is defined.

 

However, my current problem is probably the same issue anyways. I want to send information to a number of QML Controls from C++. Thought of using onTouch for these controls even though not sure how to pass isDown event.

Could create another custom slot.

 

But either way I'm back to how do I identify these controls so that I can emit the signals

  control1.onTouch(),    control2.onTouch(), etc

 

Am I back to trying to find the child object "Control1" and   using  "emit control1obj->onTouch();"

 

Is there an equivalent to "this" in QML?

 

 

 

Developer
Posts: 91
Registered: ‎09-25-2012
My Device: bb10 alpha
My Carrier: free

Re: QML slot and signal emitted from C++

I didn't understand.. could you be more clear ?
What do you exactly want to do ?
A code example should be greate


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