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Wrapping a QOpenGLWidget in a QAbstractScrollArea
Connor Skennerton last edited by
When I set a subclass of QOpenGLWidget as the viewport to a QAbstractScrollArea it seems a lot of the initialization for the widget does not happen.
I have two classes
class ScrollCanvas : public QAbstractScrollArea
class GLWidget : public QOpenGLWidget, protected QOpenGLFunctions
ScrollCanvashas a GLWidget as a member and I set it to the viewport using
In QAbstractScrollArea there is a function
setupViewportwhere I can initialize the viewport after it's set. In this function I call
initializeGL()from GLWidget. However the call to
initializeOpenGLFunctions();, which is the first thing in
initializeGL()causes a crash. I put a print statement just above this line and printed the address of the QOpenGLContext and found that it was set to 0.
When the GLWidget is not set as the viewport of the QAbstractScrollArea the QOpenGLContext has a valid memory address at this point. So it seems that a function is not being called during the initialization of the widget. Can anyone tell me what initialization needs to occur before
initializeGL()such that the QOpenGLContext is valid?