Thanks, this works!
I agree, this while() was bothering me.
I'm using a _timer with QTimer where start() by clicking, I get the Socket data with onReadyRead() process met _timer.stop() but emito sign for the status, seems to be working well.
But I accept suggestions for improvement, but I removed the loop while()
@Wieland Thank you very much :)
I hope this will be quickly fixed, this is kinda critical since we cannot have a totally fluid application on embedded devices because of this but that's seems to be a nasty bug to fix :s
Q_INVOKABLE is used to make functions accessible throughout Qt meta object system. Q_PROPERTY is much more complex and offers additional features
From the QT documentation it seem to be possible : Exposing Attributes of C++ Types to QML
Any data that is transferred from C++ to QML, whether as a property value, a method parameter or return value, or a signal parameter value, must be of a type that is supported by the QML engine.
So why it is not working ? Is any of you succeed returning one or more object through method parameters ?
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