[Development] Access lazy Models from within QML
dominik.holland at pelagicore.com
Mon Mar 4 10:36:22 CET 2013
i'm currently in a project where i try to access a lazy C++ model from
The basics are working well but when it comes to setting the
currentIndex it becomes a bit odd.
If i implemented everything well the lazy model always reports the
element count it currently has loaded by rowCount(). If the List comes
to the end, it will call canFetchMore() and if true also fetchMore() to
get more elements.
But when somebody tries to set the currentIndex to something which is
currently not loaded into the lazy model, the data will not be loaded
automatically and the Highlight set accordingly.
I looked it up at the source code and the code of the QML Views are
always checking the currentIndex to be smaller than the model's count.
Because of this the View rejects the currentIndex instead of trying to
load the full content of the model to determine whether the index is
really out of bound.
Some my question is, is this a Bug in QtDeclarative ? If so what do you
think should be the right behavior ? Loading all the content just to
check whether the index is in bound seems to me a bit too performance
Do you think a other implementation of lazy models for QML should be
done than this should be documented somewhere.
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