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@@ -145,11 +145,13 @@
plugin. The Q_INTERFACES macro tells Qt which interfaces the class
implements. In our case we only implement the \c EchoInterface.
If a class implements more than one interface, they are given as
- a comma separated list.
+ a comma separated list. The Q_PLUGIN_METADATA macro is included next
+ to the Q_OBJECT macro. It contains the plugins IID and a filename
+ pointing to a json file containing the metadata for the plugin.
+ The json file is compiled into the plugin and does not need to be installed.
\snippet tools/echoplugin/plugin/echoplugin.h 0
\section1 EchoPlugin Class Implementation
Here is the implementation of \c echo():
@@ -158,13 +160,6 @@
We simply return the functions parameter.
- \snippet tools/echoplugin/plugin/echoplugin.cpp 1
- We use the Q_EXPORT_PLUGIN2 macro to let Qt know that the \c
- EchoPlugin class is a plugin. The first parameter is the name of
- the plugin; it is usual to give the plugin and the library file it
- is stored in the same name.
\section1 The \c main() function
\snippet tools/echoplugin/echowindow/main.cpp 0