hi everyone. I just read the the following post on the labs blog about qt modules. I currently started an application that is based on a large proportion on qtscript. however I see this today:
bq. # QtScript
Overall module state: Active/Maintained
QScriptEngineAgent and related classes
Reasoning: flawed design, being replaced by a better design.
So what do you recommend me? To wait for a better implementation, is this gone be 100% change, or only small changes that will not be so hard to port my application to future versions of qt.
Thanks in advance
Do you use the QScriptEngineAgent class? That is the one that is deprecated (as I read the text you pasted). The rest of QtScript is active and maintained.
What exactly are you afraid of?
Just for reference: "this":http://labs.qt.nokia.com/2011/05/12/qt-modules-maturity-level-the-list/ is the blog posting that is being referenced.
The list is also now on the "wiki":http://developer.qt.nokia.com/wiki/Qt_Modules_Maturity_Level
I'm using "scriptUnload()":http://doc.trolltech.com/main-snapshot/qscriptengineagent.html#scriptUnload
I'm not afraid, but I'm currently in the begining stage with my project and I'm 100% sure I want to port it to qt 5 when will be ready. That's why I asked?
QtScript itself is not, and certainly will not be, depreciated. It is a core part of Qt, and needed for QML. If anything, you can expect it to get more love than it used to get. In Qt5, it will be based of the V8 engine, bringing big performance gains.
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QtScript will indeed be deprecated, according to the status of the V8 port: it was abandoned because QtScript exposes too much for it to be feasible to be powered by V8.
The successor will be minimal and focus on QML.
At least that's what this says:
"QTBUG-12503: Evaluate the technical feasibility of using V8 for Qt Script":https://bugreports.qt-project.org/browse/QTBUG-12503
bq. The intent is to introduce a new, minimal Qt/C++ scripting API on top of V8 for Qt 5 that's focused on serving QML/JS integration.
I am posting this comment for the benefit of other who, like me, found this topic from a Google search. :)
Checkout Qt5's QJSEngine. Scripting is not only for QML.