[Development] Notice: QtDeclarative compatibility module about to be removed

Kent Hansen kent.hansen at nokia.com
Mon May 14 11:59:13 CEST 2012

It's removed now.


Den 11. mai 2012 09:50, skrev ext Kent Hansen:
> Hi,
> See https://codereview.qt-project.org/#change,25891
> In short, "QT += declarative" and the QtDeclarative headers/classnames
> will no longer work (i.e., code that use them won't compile).
> I went through the qt5.git submodules and ported the last stuff
> (hopefully) over to the QtQml names. Once those changes have been
> merged, I'll stage the above change.
> If you still have code using the old QtDeclarative headers/classnames,
> now would be an excellent time to port to the QtQml names. If in doubt,
> try running the qtdeclarative/bin/rename-qtdeclarative-symbols.sh script
> over your code and check the results. (Note that the script can be a bit
> eager, e.g. references to module-local paths like
> "examples/declarative/foo" and "SUBDIRS += declarative" will be replaced
> by "examples/qml/foo" and "SUBDIRS += qml", which you maybe don't want
> -- at least not without also renaming those folders. ;) )
> Best regards,
> Kent
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