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How does the "Getting Started" tutorial code actually launch?
qttester5 last edited by
In the tutorials examples directory, there is a .pro Quick project called "gettingStartedQml.pro". I am trying to understand how to run this project. There are two notable areas of confusion:
- There is no main.cpp so how does it even get launched?
- The Qml interface is in the Core directory, but this directory is not referenced anywhere in the project that I can find, nor do those qml files appear in the Creator when you load the project. How does it see them?
I;m not familiar with any tutorials, but I may know the answer to "main.cpp" thing: QML can be launched without any use of C++, by running qmlViewer.
uchan last edited by
I'm using Qt 5.1.0 and the following process works for me.
Copy an example directory to somewhere.
$ cd ~/src
$ cp -r /usr/local/Qt-5.1.0/examples/quick/tutorials/gettingStartedQml/parts/part5 ./
Make plugins of the example (if any).
$ cd filedialog
When you see .pro file, you can execute qmake and make to build .cpp files.
Run the example
$ cd ~/src/part5
$ qmlscene TextEditor.qml