@macfanpl said in QtMultimedia using QML Video play is not working:
It clearly says that yes, he deployed to the same folder as app. So I dont understand your question. Was it meant to substitute your lack of knowledge?
First thing: please stay polite.
As for the question I asked to @Kallappa-M-B, no it does not say that. Especially in the part you are quoting.
Code does not ensure that the file is available anywhere.
In the case of @Kallappa-M-B, the video path is "./foggy_road_timelapse_256.webm" which means that it is relative to the executable path. @Kallappa-M-B is cross-compiling his application. At no point does he mention that he also copied the file over to his Raspberry Pi-3 in the same folder where his application resides on the device.
@macfanpl said in How do our contributions fit into the Qt Company's releases?:
Whats deeper impact of a bug in this case?
From time to time, users are frustated that with new Qt releases, some bugs affecting them are still not solved. This is just one example of comment in a Qt release announcement:
My app cannot use the Qt 5.12.5 and Qt 5.13.x due to following issue.
This issue is very critical issue because it breaks previous behavior but it still only be opened not progress.
So imagine you can fix such bug, you'll make a Qt user very happy I guess :-)
Is a question about dd intended for this forum, which is about coding using Qt libraries? Or are you looking for a general QNX forum rather than something Qt, in which case if you don't get a suggestion from a user here you might be better posting elsewhere, like a QNX administrative forum? Just trying to understand if here is the best place for you.
If you want to handle the overflow you need to handle it manually anyway. There's no way to signal that a conversion has failed by the result itself, so the be completely proper you'd need to check if the double you're converting from is over the max value of the resulting type minus 0.5 and if so you're going to overflow.
the tool will be presented at the Requirements Engineering Conference 2019 in Korea (http://re19.ajou.ac.kr/).
For this conference we created a video showing the use cases of our tool:
If you got curious, try the tool out for yourself :)