KDE Review: Rust Qt Binding Generator

Jos van den Oever jos at vandenoever.info
Mon Sep 4 21:24:41 BST 2017

Op maandag 4 september 2017 07:46:28 CEST schreef u:
> Are you contributing to it as well? (I started patching it locally but still
> need to clean up my work for upstream contribution)

I wrote a small Hello World application just now, but it's quite hard. The 
most important things needed to write useful Qt software, inheritance and 
signals/slots, are not working yet. Or I'm doing it totally wrong somehow.


It would be awesome to call Qt from Rust, but that's a lot of complicated 
bindings that make your executable very large. The approach I'm taking is to 
instead create a small amount of bindings specific for your project which have 
a nice Qt side and a nice Rust side.

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