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* Expose QPA API under qpa/*Girish Ramakrishnan2012-05-071-84/+0
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | The main reasons for doing this are: 1. _qpa.h end up in the master QtGui include file. QtGui is meant for userland applications. qpa code is neither binary nor source compatible. Inadvertant use of QPA api makes the user code binary-incompatible. 2. syncqt creates forwarding headers for non-private header files. This gives people the impression that this is public API. As discussed on the mailing list, even though QPA api is internal and subject to change, it needs to treated differently from private headers since they will be used by in-qtbase and out-of-qtbase plugins. This commit does the following: 1. The _qpa in QPA header files is dropped. 2. syncqt now treats any file with qplatform prefix as a special file and moves it to qpa/ directory. The recommended way of using QPA API in plugins is: #include <qpa/qplatformfoo.h>. This allows the user include QPA API from multiple modules (for example, qplatformfoo might be in QtPrintSupport) 3. The user needs to explicitly add QT += <module>-private to get access to the qpa api. 4. Creates compat headers for the olden style qplatformfoo_qpa.h and QPlatformFoo includes. This commit does not change the cpp filenames. This requires a more careful merging of existing non qpa cpp files and existing cpp files on a case by case basis. This can be done at anytime. The following files are not renamed as part of this changed but will be fixed as part of a future change: src/gui/kernel/qgenericpluginfactory_qpa.h src/gui/kernel/qgenericplugin_qpa.h src/gui/kernel/qwindowsysteminterface_qpa.h files were renamed using for x in `find . -name "qplatform*_qpa.h"`; do git mv $x "${x/_qpa.h/.h}"; done for x in `find . -name "qplatform*_qpa_p.h"`; do git mv $x "${x/_qpa_p.h/_p.h}"; done includes were renamed using script for file in `find . -name "*.h" -or -name "*.cpp" -or -name "*.mm"`; do sed -i -e 's,.*#.*include.*<\(Qt.*/\)\?\(QPlatform.*\)>,#include <qpa/\L\2.h>,g' \ -e 's,.*#.*include.*"\(Qt.*/\)\?\(QPlatform.*\)",#include <qpa/\L\2.h>,g' \ -e 's,.*#.*include.* "\(qplatform.*\)_qpa.h",#include <qpa/\L\1.h>,g' \ -e 's,.*#.*include.*"\(qplatform.*\)_qpa_p.h",#include <qpa/\L\1_p.h>,g' \ -e 's,.*#.*include.*<\(Qt.*/\|Qt.*/private/\|private/\)\?\(qplatform.*\)_qpa\(.*\)>,#include <qpa/\2\3>,g' \ -e 's,.*#.*include.*"\(Qt.*/\|Qt.*/private/\|private/\)\?\(qplatform.*\)_qpa\(.*\)",#include <qpa/\2\3>,g' \ $file done Change-Id: I04a350314a45746e3911f54b3b21ad03315afb67 Reviewed-by: Morten Johan Sørvig <> Reviewed-by: Samuel Rødal <> Reviewed-by: Friedemann Kleint <> Reviewed-by: Sean Harmer <> Reviewed-by: Lars Knoll <> Reviewed-by: Gunnar Sletta <>
* Add 'we mean it' header to qpa headersGirish Ramakrishnan2012-04-161-0/+11
| | | | | | | The QPA api is internal and not meant to be used by app users. Change-Id: I37245e9635bf22f2454e763699dd58eca6565b63 Reviewed-by: Casper van Donderen <>
* Use pointers for QAccessibleEvent.Frederik Gladhorn2012-03-151-1/+1
| | | | | | | | | At least on mac g++ badly wants to copy the event and cannot use the copy ctor. The sensible solution is thus to use pointers. This is in line with QCoreApplication::sendEvent. Change-Id: Icb58852be351ab04ffa17069989d7a07d4b377da Reviewed-by: Jan-Arve Sæther <>
* Use events for accessibility updates.Frederik Gladhorn2012-01-311-1/+1
| | | | | | | | | | | | | The problem with the old updates is that it was impossible to send details about the update. For the Linux implementation to work properly with AT-SPI I need to know which state changed (currently I only get a generic "state changed" event) or which part of the text was changed for long texts (imagine a word processor sending updates). This also gives us more options when updating with events generated from not QObject based objects. Change-Id: If0b6c83c523092565eb48e79f3f6de5a1b905ea8 Reviewed-by: Jan-Arve Sæther <>
* Remove "All rights reserved" line from license headers.Jason McDonald2012-01-301-1/+1
| | | | | | | | | | As in the past, to avoid rewriting various autotests that contain line-number information, an extra blank line has been inserted at the end of the license text to ensure that this commit does not change the total number of lines in the license header. Change-Id: I311e001373776812699d6efc045b5f742890c689 Reviewed-by: Rohan McGovern <>
* Remove use of QT_MODULE from libraryGunnar Sletta2012-01-251-1/+0
| | | | | | | | | | These defines were there to aid in the commercial licensing scheme we used long ago, and are no longer needed. Keep a QT_MODULE(x) define so other modules continue compiling. Change-Id: I8fd76cd5270df8f14aee746b6cf32ebf7c23fec7 Reviewed-by: Lars Knoll <>
* Update contact information in license headers.Jason McDonald2012-01-231-1/+1
| | | | | | | Replace Nokia contact email address with Qt Project website. Change-Id: I431bbbf76d7c27d8b502f87947675c116994c415 Reviewed-by: Rohan McGovern <>
* Update copyright year in license headers.Jason McDonald2012-01-051-1/+1
| | | | | Change-Id: I02f2c620296fcd91d4967d58767ea33fc4e1e7dc Reviewed-by: Rohan McGovern <>
* Sanitize QAccessible includes.Frederik Gladhorn2011-10-251-1/+1
| | | | | Change-Id: I86f5ae75293e5e4d370363d84402f4e7fad03a9e Reviewed-by: Jan-Arve Sæther <>
* Refactor accessibility for Qt5Jan-Arve Saether2011-09-291-0/+74
* Moved most stuff to gui\accessible * Moved widget-specific stuff to widgets\accessible * Moved platform-specific code to either the bridge plugin (this was already the case) or to the platform plugin. * Added several classes and functions. These have not yet gone through an API review. The plan is to do that in a later commit. Classes: - QPlatformAccessibility - QWindowsAccessibility Functions: - QWindow *QAccessibleInterface::window(); - QPlatformAccessibility *QPlatformIntegration::accessibility() * The bridge code can now either be a plugin or integrated into the platform plugin * Mac accessibility is left out for now. Unix "should still work" (tm). These platforms should be fixed soon. Change-Id: Ib49ffa73b647ee0af90864544c2769440157f562 Reviewed-on: Reviewed-by: Frederik Gladhorn <> Reviewed-by: Jan-Arve Sæther <>