I have final executable myGUIExec; In which I will be linking separately libraries of QtCore and QtGui as libQtCore.a and libQtGui.a
Now My project requirement is to make shared libraries of Qwt...
I read that.. very good info!
But something was missing. I couldn't find any info about how to 'glue' a signal emitted from "c++" side into an object living in Python script runtime.
My developing environment is like this:
*Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit （later I also tried on Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit in virtual machine）
*Qt Creator 2.8.0 (qt-creator-windows-opensource-2.8.0.exe...
You don't need a property if you keep using your "hasSamples" and "getSample" methods, just the signal to notify the QML side that it has to call these again.
But the signal...
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