QtScript considered dangerous

Christoph Cullmann cullmann at absint.com
Fri May 25 10:55:08 BST 2012

> On Friday, May 25, 2012 11:14:17 Dominik Haumann wrote:
> > So it's probably non-trivial to create this patch (haven't looked
> > into
> > it, though), a dead end as it's Qt4, and unclear, whether such a
> > patch
> > would be accepted at all in the Qt 4.x line, given that the focus
> > is
> > on Qt5 now.
> And it's unclear, whether a jsc update would fix the issue, btw :-)
Still, a fix for QtScript would be the nicest solution or a port to the "new" 
engine provided in Qt5, as I understood, there QtScript is anyway "deprecated" in favour
of the V8 based new variant?

But does the new engine provide the same nice features to easily wrap your objects and expose a custom API?
That was the major reason we switched over from KJS to QtScript.


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