[Development] [Qt5-feedback] Command line parser in QtCore?

Dhaivat Pandya dhaivatpandya at gmail.com
Sat Oct 22 18:06:29 CEST 2011

Oops, sorry, didn't read that too well.

2011/10/22 Andre Somers <andre at familiesomers.nl>

>  Op 22-10-2011 15:52, Dhaivat Pandya schreef:
> Craig,
> Do have any part of this class implemented? If its, people can test it and
> see if it actually meets the users needs.
>  2011/10/22 Thiago Macieira <thiago at kde.org>
>> On Saturday, 22 de October de 2011 11:29:38 Craig.Scott at csiro.au wrote:
>> > With that out of the way, I've put the class definition up on pastebin
>> for
>> > comment. I've withheld the implementation until I've had a chance to
>> clear
>> > it with our legal people. In the meantime, I think the interface of the
>> > class is probably enough to get some feedback on whether people think
>> this
>> > has the potential to be a viable candidate for a command line parser for
>> > Qt:
>> >
>  Seems to me Craigs message was clear: yes, there is an implementation,
> but no, it is not available to the public for the time being because such a
> release must go through the companies legal department. Sounds reasonable to
> me.
> I have my doubts on the API. I don't really like the fact that subclassing
> is needed to use it. I prefer a solution where basic validation is build in,
> and more extended validation is possible (subclassing is OK to me for that
> case, but you could also considder a pattern like how QValidator is used.)
> André
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