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[Solved] Structuring a QtQuick (plugin) project
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Hello Qt developers,
Currently I am developing a QMl plugin that consists of a C++ part and some Qt Quick Items written in QML using that C++ part. So my question is: What is the best way to structure such a project?
The idea is to create some kind of plugin one could use to create applications using that library and all the QML Items. As far as I understand the C++ part goes into the QML library and the QML files into the imports folder. The first part is covered by the QtQuick tutorial, however, I did not find anything on the second part.
It would be great to have all the library things C++ and QML in one project. So users could run a simple qmake, make, sudo make install and would be ready to go.
Can someone please point me to some documentation or example projects to that topic.
EDIT: The QML Plugin Example: http://qt-project.org/doc/qt-5/qtqml-qmlextensionplugins-example.html
is exactly what I searched for.