[Interest] Help, I'm in QML signal hell

Giuseppe D'Angelo giuseppe.dangelo at kdab.com
Fri Nov 1 17:45:39 CET 2019

Il 01/11/19 17:42, Jason H ha scritto:
> I am using signals/slots in QML and the signal emissions are getting inverted.
> Here's my example:
> bool Socket::emitSignalForOp(const QByteArray &) "STF10" 10
> bool Socket::emitSignalForOp(const QByteArray &) "PSF09" 11
> STF10 necessarily comes after PSF09. In wall-clock time it does. But Qt is not getting the order right. The number above is the signal emission number, so it's not a display issue.

You need to share more about your code.

Just a word of caution: if we're talking about multithreaded code, "wall 
clock time" does simply not exist. Threads are relativistic...

My 2 c,
Giuseppe D'Angelo | giuseppe.dangelo at kdab.com | Senior Software Engineer
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