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* iOS: Implement QIOSBackingStore in terms of a QOpenGLPaintDeviceTor Arne Vestbø2013-02-271-26/+31
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | We build on top of the QPlatformOpenGLContext implementation to get automatic support for QBackingStore-based painting. Since the OpenGL renderer does not clear the backingstore between frames, we actually also get support for partial updates, and we get the benefit of an accelerated paint engine for Qt Quick 1 without setting a GLWidget as the viewport, which would cause issues such as an extra QWindow. This patch also removes the dependency to QtOpenGL and QtWidgets, which were leftovers from the Qt4 platform plugin. In Qt5 the needed GL bits are in QtGui. Change-Id: Id9b736bfb2e4aec56c0fa9f5b7b4d8bff8e3d1dc Reviewed-by: Richard Moe Gustavsen <>
* iOS: Change member variable style to be consistent with Qt's de facto standardTor Arne Vestbø2013-02-271-1/+1
| | | | | Change-Id: Idd65ad9cbb77114466c5b69a799b98a7fee5068f Reviewed-by: Richard Moe Gustavsen <>
* iOS: copy brute-force port of Qt4 uikit plugin into Qt5.Richard Moe Gustavsen2013-02-261-0/+65
The plugin has been renamed from uikit to ios. Other than that, the plugin will now build, but do nothing. Most of the Qt4 code is preserved, with a rough translation into the Qt5 qpa API. A lot of code has simply been commented out so far, and most lacking at the moment is the event dispatcher which will need to be rewritten, and the opengl paint device implementation. But it should suffice as a starting ground. Also: The plugin will currently not automatically build when building Qt, this needs to be enabled from configure first. Change-Id: I0d229a453a8477618e06554655bffc5505203b44 Reviewed-by: Tor Arne Vestbø <>