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Qt.resolvedUrl() - What is the magic inside?
iLya84a last edited by
I'd like to know how this method Qt.resolvedUrl() works. Moreover I'd like to recreate it on the C++ side.
Why? Let me explain. I'm implementing my own internationalization system.
I have a lot of folder-based qml components.
Every time I write something like this source: MyObject.localizedUrl("image.svg") I'd like to implicitly pass a component url to my localizedUrl() method.
What for? I have to check the existence of my localized files. For example: "image_en.svg", "image_de.svg", "image_fi.svg", etc.
Certainly I can write source: MyObject.localizedUrl(Qt.resolvedUrl("image.svg")) but I'm looking for more elegant solution.
Thank you in advance!
A Former User last edited by