Do you know what could be happen ?
Thanks a lot.
please make sure:
qDebug() << "CONSOLE (" << sourceId << ":" << lineNumber << "):" << message;
Thank you for your response.
I have tried to test a simple web page executing an alert('') function, and if I execute into a desktop envioment (linux X86) it works correctly. If I build the same code into a ARM enviroment, it not works. Any idea?
I have tried to execute this function:
qDebug() << "NAME: " << name.toString();
The result of NAME can be garbage of the buffer?
NAME: "-1.45215999014136e-58" NAME: "-1.45215999014147e-58" NAME: "-1.45215999014158e-58" NAME: "-1.45215999014169e-58" NAME: "-1.45215999014179e-58" NAME: "-1.4521599901419e-58" NAME: "-1.45215999014201e-58" NAME: "-1.45215999014212e-58" NAME: "-1.45215999014222e-58" NAME: "-1.45215999014233e-58" NAME: "-1.45215999014244e-58" NAME: "-1.45215999014255e-58" NAME: "-1.45215999014265e-58"
I am using QT 4.8.4 version, and with older versions I had not problems.