[Mono-list] QML with c#
ripzonetriton at gmail.com
Sun Oct 13 11:03:02 UTC 2013
ddobrev <https://github.com/ddobrev> has been working on a C# binding for
Qt using the CppSharp technology for a few months now. You're right that
it's a pretty daunting task, C++ is really hard to bind to from C#.
Anyway, I'm quite hopeful for his project since he has some previous
experience on this area (he did the Qyoto C# bindings) and has progressed a
lot on the bindings. I know he also has plans to add some support for QML
once he finishes bindings for all the core Qt modules.
On Thu, Oct 10, 2013 at 10:38 AM, Daniel Hughes <trampster at gmail.com> wrote:
> The idea of having a qt interface for widemargin has been running
> around in my mind for a while now.
> I already have GTK# and WPF interfaces built using an MVC pattern, so
> what's one more right?
> Also qt has better support for touch and resolution independence then
> GTK and would allow me to target platforms like ubuntu touch.
> The sticky point in all this is that there are no c# qt5 bindings
> available and writing a c# wrapper for a library as big as qt5 is
> daunting to say the least. Especially for someone like me with very
> little c++ experience.
> However writing a c# wrapper for qt5 might not be necessary. It is now
> to call though to c++ only for your heavy lifting. If we use QML the
> problem shits from allowing qt5 to be called from c#. To allowing c#
> code to be called from QML.
> This has recently been done for the GO language here:
> I have read the information about embedding mono
> (http://www.mono-project.com/Embedding_Mono) and am wondering if this
> could somehow be used to create a QML c# bridge.
> Are any of you interested in using QML with c#? and if so do you have
> any ideas about how it could be achieved?
> Daniel Hughes
> Mono-list maillist - Mono-list at lists.ximian.com
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