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Qt5.5 iTunes App rejected for QtWebEngineCore use of non-public APIs
My app use the QtWebEngine to display HTML user interface, and native code to interface with hardware via USB. Thanks to Qt's portability, it works fine on Windows and Mac. However App store rejected the app, stating use of non-public APIs.
The following non-public APIs are included in your application: From framework '/System/Library/Frameworks/AppKit.framework/Versions/C/AppKit': _NSAppendToKillRing _NSDrawCarbonThemeBezel _NSDrawCarbonThemeListBox _NSInitializeKillRing _NSNewKillRingSequence _NSPrependToKillRing _NSSetKillRingToYankedState _NSYankFromKillRing From framework '/System/Library/Frameworks/ApplicationServices.framework/Versions/A/ApplicationServices': CGSSetDenyWindowServerConnections CGSShutdownServerConnections
All these function references comes from my.app\Contents\Frameworks\QtWebEngineCore.framework\Versions\5\QtWebEngineCore
Anyone else had this problem? Any advice/help on how to proceed to get app approved?
No one else tried submitting a QtWebEngine based Mc OSX app to iTunes?
VRHans last edited by VRHans
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Apple doesn't allow the use of custom web views be it QtWebKit or QtWebEngine. You should take a look at the QtWebView module which provides a wrapper around the native web views for iOS, Android and OS X.
Hope it helps
Thank you SGaist!
QtWebChannel is the way to go for that kind of stuff with QtWebEngine