[Development] Example clean-up for Qt 5

Martin Smith Martin.Smith at digia.com
Wed Oct 3 14:57:39 CEST 2012

You can use \quotefromfile, \skipto, \printuntil, etc


On Oct 3, 2012, at 2:29 PM, Sorvig Morten wrote:

>> Help by offering your opinion on:
>> * Does the example have a meaningful purpose? Or is the feature it demonstrates deprecated or obsolete in Qt 5?
>> * Does it follow Qt 5 "best practice" / recommended way of doing things?
>> * Are the comments, text strings, README, etc up to date?
>> * Is the example documentation, i.e. the corresponding .qdoc file, if any, up to date?
> *> Does the structure follow the example shown here: http://qt-project.org/wiki/Qt_Documentation_Structure ?
> One thing which I'd like to do, and which is perhaps out of scope for this project, is to find a different mechanism for the documentation tags ("//! [1]" etc). In my highly subjective opinion this uglifies the examples to much and is not how we want to present clean, simple, Qt code.
> - Morten
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