[Development] Question about QCoreApplicationData::*_libpaths
Marco.Bubke at theqtcompany.com
Tue Jan 19 14:23:33 CET 2016
On January 19, 2016 13:42:33 Olivier Goffart <olivier at woboq.com> wrote:
> On Dienstag, 19. Januar 2016 12:02:12 CET Knoll Lars wrote:
>> Things are not just black and white. But we can’t do a Qt6 that simply
>> removes all of them completely. We’d leave most of our users behind on Qt 5
>> forever. So we have to find better, and maybe more incremental, ways to
>> handle this. With a radical 'let’s throw them all away' approach we will
>> leave all our current users behind.
> Just an idea:
> We deprecate them, so all our api use std::vector and such.
> We add a qt5support library which contains classes like:
> template<typename T> class QVector : public std::vector<T>
> QVector(std::vector<T>); // implicit conversion from std::vector
> /* All the Qt API goes here */
> I believe this should be mostly source compatible.
But it is a behavior change which are the worst of all. You get no clear feedback what is wrong but your code is suddenly slow. We should have a version with CoW too.
> This also assume we can use std in our ABI (which i think we should allow)
> Marc Mutz wrote:
>> > E.g. QVector seriously needs to support move-only types (like
>> > unique_ptr) in a C++11 world. Oops... it never will... it's CoWed...
> Actually, it might be possible, using SFINAE, to disable the copy constructor
> of QVector when the T is not copyable. (and we also do not call detach for
> such T since it cannot be copyed and therefore cannot be shared)
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