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authorNico Vertriest <nico.vertriest@digia.com>2014-09-12 11:01:33 +0200
committerNico Vertriest <nico.vertriest@digia.com>2014-09-24 12:16:44 +0200
commitcce0e1f9c27683292741310a730e21e36f123ae0 (patch)
treeeab1adf83381f1b9cc9fd4d59fde4eec2c5f28cd /examples/qml/doc/src/qml-extending.qdoc
parentd0138bbd479019e0ac402c87144995554950970c (diff)
Doc: apply title case to all section1 titles
Task-number: QTBUG-41250 Change-Id: I303d989992c9685f73baae50c64accf71b43549f Reviewed-by: Topi Reiniƶ <topi.reinio@digia.com>
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diff --git a/examples/qml/doc/src/qml-extending.qdoc b/examples/qml/doc/src/qml-extending.qdoc
index 7dbd147cc1..8f44e4f506 100644
--- a/examples/qml/doc/src/qml-extending.qdoc
+++ b/examples/qml/doc/src/qml-extending.qdoc
@@ -36,7 +36,7 @@ The \c Person type can be used from QML like this:
\snippet referenceexamples/adding/example.qml 0
-\section1 Declare the Person class
+\section1 Declare the Person Class
All QML types map to C++ types. Here we declare a basic C++ Person class
with the two properties we want accessible on the QML type - name and shoeSize.
@@ -45,7 +45,7 @@ type, the C++ class can be named differently, or appear in a namespace.
\snippet referenceexamples/adding/person.h 0
-\section1 Define the Person class
+\section1 Define the Person Class
\snippet referenceexamples/adding/person.cpp 0
@@ -56,7 +56,7 @@ The \c main.cpp file also calls the \c qmlRegisterType() function to
register the \c Person type with QML as a type in the People library version 1.0,
and defines the mapping between the C++ and QML class names.
-\section1 Running the example
+\section1 Running the Example
The main.cpp file in the example includes a simple shell application that
loads and runs the QML snippet shown at the beginning of this page.
@@ -106,7 +106,7 @@ The implementation of BirthdayParty property accessors is straight forward.
\snippet referenceexamples/properties/birthdayparty.cpp 0
-\section1 Running the example
+\section1 Running the Example
The main.cpp file in the example includes a simple shell application that
loads and runs the QML snippet shown at the beginning of this page.
@@ -162,7 +162,7 @@ The implementation of Boy and Girl are trivial.
All that is necessary is to implement the constructor, and to register the types
and their QML name with the QML engine.
-\section1 Running the example
+\section1 Running the Example
The BirthdayParty type has not changed since the previous example. The
celebrant and guests property still use the People type.
@@ -196,7 +196,7 @@ specification of a BirthdayParty through the use of a default property.
\snippet referenceexamples/default/example.qml 0
-\section1 Declaring the BirthdayParty class
+\section1 Declaring the BirthdayParty Class
The only difference between this example and the last, is the addition of the
\c DefaultProperty class info annotation.
@@ -209,7 +209,7 @@ property. It is purely a syntactic simplification, the behavior is identical
to specifying the property by name, but it can add a more natural feel in many
situations. The default property must be either an object or list property.
-\section1 Running the example
+\section1 Running the Example
The main.cpp file in the example includes a simple shell application that
loads and runs the QML snippet shown at the beginning of this page.