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Streaming contents of QByteArray SOLVED
Hi, I have a 3rd party product that does map displays. I need to place images over the map using their custom Raster class. I can do this with a static fromFile function. My problem is the png images are in a resource file. The fromFile function does not recognize the resource file path. There is a fromStream function that will probably work but I can't figure out how to make it work.
I can read the file into a QByteArray using QFile readAll. But I can't figure out how to get from there to the format this function requires. The signature of the function is:
Raster::fromStream(uint8_t* data, uint32_t length, ImageFormat format);
Can someone suggest what I need to do to get from QByteArray to whatever is needed to make this work?
@Raster::fromStream(yourByteArray.data(), yourByteArray.size(), TheCorrectEnumCorrespondingToYouData);@
should be good
Thank you for your response. I tried that. It complained about not being able to convert to the uint8_t. I've searched for days. Everything I've tried has failed. QByteArray.data() returns a char* which is not uint8_t*.
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Most likely sizeof(uint8_t) is equal to sizeof(char) on your target system, so you can cast one pointer to another
Raster::fromStream(reinterpret_cast<uint8_t*>(yourByteArray.data()), yourByteArray.size(), TheCorrectEnumCorrespondingToYouData);
EDIT: static_cast does not work here. It is either reinterpret_cast or C-style (uint8_t*)data.
Finally got this working. Here is the code:
QByteArray star = getImage(":/images/star");
char* starData = star.data();
uint8_t* starData8t = (uint8_t*)starData;@