Unsolved import OpenGLUnderQML 1.0 not found
I have been trying to import the OpenGLUnderQML 1.0 in my QML but get error "QML module not found (OpenGLUnderQML)". I am on a mac using Qt Creator 4.14.0
Based on Qt 5.15.2 (Clang 11.0 (Apple), 64 bit). I see this Stack Exchange Post https://stackoverflow.com/questions/35352930/qt5-qml-module-is-not-installed/49326965#49326965 but it is over my head since I can not find a place to even dowload the missing qmldir I am after. Also the qt website
I read these articles and it just didnt seem pertinent:
There was a mention of " This import path, as returned by QQmlEngine::importPathList()," Also I am running in python so I assume this would be QQmlEngine.importPathList(). ( sidebar : why is it that even in the https://doc.qt.io/archives/qtforpython-5.12/PySide2/QtWidgets/QOpenGLWidget.html python docs the examples are still in C++)
which somehow I am supposed to be able to run in a command line somewhere that isn't obvious in creator. Also when looking at the preferences/ QT Quick / Qt Quick Designer / QML emulation layer the fall back path (which was red) isnt even visible even after ( cmd shift period) so I dont see how that was ever working and I changed to use the top level build path as suggested in the stack exchange posts with no luck.
I am also seeing that the multimedia qml import is selectable from the list in design mode but also has the same qml module not found error.
Where do I download these missing QML files?
Need a win here.
This comes from a C++ example project and is generated as part of the compilation process.
I do not know how it would translate to Python.
The example I am looking at that started this topic is in the Qt for Python 6.0.1.
Is this a broken description on the website and it is not actually do-able at the moment with Python?
IIRC, the examples have not yet been all ported to Python. I currently do not know how this one can be translated.
On thing you can do is check the bug report system to see if there's something related to these examples.