Hi @SGaist, I took you advice and finally found out where the problem is.
I looked into Wependency Walker and realized that I can import PySide6.QWidgets before I import wiggly, So that the dlls needed is already loaded for wiggly.
I've been testing wiggly using one single import wiggly in IPython, not runing the main.py directly in the examples, trying to copy dlls from one place to another, and kept getting ImportErrors.
Now I write:
Because we had declarations of shortcuts littered all over the place we came up with the following solution to handle them in one place.
We derived a class MyApplication from QApplication and overrode bool notify(QObject *receiver, QEvent *e) override. Within this function we checked e->type() == QEvent::Shortcut. Everything that couldn't be handled is then forwarded to QApplication::notify.
We didn't override the Ctrl+C shortcut or anything similar. However, because this is so early in Qt's signal handling you could be lucky with this approach.
@Rguessford I would also be interested to get the Qt Creator Debug button to work for both, Python and QML debugging, at the same time. Even with QQmlDebuggingEnabler instantiated.
I think, I'm stuck at the same as @Jeff-B-0
I passed my string into QString constructor like this "QtextEdit->setText(Qstring().fromLocal8bit(mystring.c_str()); and my problem solved. I believe this is the only way I can work with.
About QtJson I never tried actually. I searched for the top 5 cpp json parser and benchmarked every one of them. Rapidjson was the fastest. My log files are like 5 gb per file and if you think QtJson is faster I can try.