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authorSze Howe Koh <>2013-05-15 00:03:18 +0800
committerThe Qt Project <>2013-05-15 09:32:58 +0200
commit648351e6658172f2044b00ab592b48583bd27a4a (patch)
tree471e5da76fd5dec517e482405ab9e3387abd03f1 /examples/qml/doc/src/qml-extending.qdoc
parent3d7545027a21c63cb6047d95fd61418f6a57d295 (diff)
Doc: Update references to QDeclarative* classes
Change-Id: Ifbde8c1ccfc0c759da6f2204320b9170a04179eb Reviewed-by: Alan Alpert <>
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@@ -93,11 +93,11 @@ The class contains a member to store the celebrant object, and also a
QList<Person *> member.
In QML, the type of a list properties - and the guests property is a list of
-people - are all of type QDeclarativeListProperty<T>. QDeclarativeListProperty is simple value
+people - are all of type QQmlListProperty<T>. QQmlListProperty is simple value
type that contains a set of function pointers. QML calls these function
pointers whenever it needs to read from, write to or otherwise interact with
the list. In addition to concrete lists like the people list used in this
-example, the use of QDeclarativeListProperty allows for "virtual lists" and other advanced
+example, the use of QQmlListProperty allows for "virtual lists" and other advanced
\section2 Define the BirthdayParty