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C language library for creating bindings for the Qt QML language

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C language library for creating bindings for the Qt QML language.


Currently the DOtherSide library is used by the following bindings: * nimqml, QML bindings for the Nim programming language * dqml, QML bindings for the D programming language * qml-rust, QML bindings for the Rust programming language * qml_zig, QML bindings for the Zig programming language

Supported features

The following features are implementable from a binding language * Creation of custom QObject * Creation of custom QAbstractItemModels (Lists, Tables and Trees) * Creation of custom properties, signals and slots * Creation of QObjects from QML * Registration of singletons in QML * Creation of custom image providers

Prebuilt binaries

Currently we provide the prebuilt binaries for Windows through the GitHub releases page or directly as artifacts from Github actions

Change log

The project change log can be read here.

Supported platforms

Currently we support the following platforms/compilers: - Linux both 32/64bit with gcc - Windows 32/64bit with Visual Studio 2013|2015 Community Edition

Build requirements

You need the following software: * Qt 5.12 or higher * Linux: gcc 4.8 or later with c++11 support or higher * Windows: Visual Studio 2013|2015 Community Edition (Windows) or higher

Build instructions:

cd /path/to/cloned/repo
mkdir build
cd build
cmake ..
cmake --build .

Install Instructions

Once you built the package just type

make install
by default cmake will install to the default CMAKE prefix. If you want to customize this location type the following command during the build steps when invoking cmake
cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX:PATH=/path/to/install/prefix path/to/CMakeLists.txt

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