Qt Device Utilities 5.15.16
Qt Device Utilities provides functionality that is useful for controlling settings in embedded applications. The functionality in Qt Device Utilities is divided into the following C++ modules:
Provides functionality for controlling Bluetooth settings.
Provides access to display settings.
Provides functionality for controlling locale settings.
Provides functionality for controlling network settings.
Provides functionality for controlling time and date settings.
Provides functionality for controlling a local device settings.
Qt Device Utilities provides the following QML modules:
Provides a singleton QML type for controlling bluetooth settings.
Provides a system-wide settings UI.
Provides a singleton QML type for controlling display settings.
Provides a collection of local device related utility functions.
Provides singleton QML types for controlling locale settings.
Provides singleton QML types for controlling network settings.
Provides singleton QML types for controlling date and time settings.
To include the definitions of the module's classes, use the following directives:
#include <QtBluetoothSettings> #include <QtDisplaySettings> #include <QtLocalDevice> #include <QtLocaleSettings> #include <QtNetworkSettings> #include <QtTimeDateSettings>
To link against the modules, add this line to your qmake .pro file:
QT += bluetoothsettings displaysettings localdevice localesettings networksettings timedatesettings
To import the QML types into your application, use the following import statements in your .qml file:
import QtDeviceUtilities.BluetoothSettings 1.0 import QtDeviceUtilities.DisplaySettings 1.0 import QtDeviceUtilities.LocalDeviceSettings 1.0 import QtDeviceUtilities.LocaleSettings 1.0 import QtDeviceUtilities.NetworkSettings 1.0 import QtDeviceUtilities.SettingsUI 1.0 import QtDeviceUtilities.TimeDateSettings 1.0
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