Known Issues or Limitations
The following is a list of known issues in Qt for MCUs 1.5. For workarounds or information about the status of these issues in future versions, please contact Qt Support.
- Development host environment support is limited to Windows 10.
- Microsoft Visual C++ Compiler (MSVC++) v14.27 (Visual Studio 2019 Version 16.7) or newer is not supported. Supported versions are v14.16 up to v14.26.
- Limited set of Qt Quick Controls are available with Qt Quick Ultralite 1.5. Refer to Qt Quick Controls support in Qt Quick Ultralite, for an overview about the supported controls.
EventLoop:postEventis not interrupt safe
- Animation on anchors is not supported.
- Charts can be drawn only to RGB32 or ARGB32 surface.
- C++ compilation fails for Text with huge font.pixelSize when the static font engine is used.
- Text type does not properly render unicode sequences that require complex text layout. Use StaticText for complex text.
- In some cases, the
Component.completedsignal might be triggered for a child element first, before its root or parent element.
- SequentialAnimation and ParallelAnimation do not start automatically when assigned to a property with the "on" syntax.
- Setting Item::visible does not change the visible property of child items.
- Text::font.pointSize does not respect screen dpi. Prefer Text::font.pixelSize.
- The default state has some limitations..
- States where multiple PropertyChanges or AnchorChanges target anchor properties on the same item will not work as expected. Use a single PropertyChanges instead.
- Setting anchors to undefined does not restore previous position and size bindings.
- A RotationAnimation in a transition may apply to non-rotation properties. Use PropertyAnimation::properties instead.
- Unqualified model role access without corresponding required property is not supported. See Role access.
- Shear transforms are not supported.
- All delegates in a ListView must have the same size, and the size must be explicitly specified.
- onPropertyChanged does not work with group properties.
- The scale, rotation, and transformOrigin properties are only generated if they have bindings.
- Item transformations are not propagated to its children.
- Bindings on color value accessors are not supported.
- Using the clip property on transformed items is not supported.
- Transforms on an item do not apply to the item's children.
- When editing Qt Quick Ultralite QML files, the following errors are displayed in the Issues panel and highlighted in the code editor. They can safely be ignored:
- package import requires a version number
- QML module not found for
- Unknown component for
- Qml debugging is not supported
- Qml profiler is not supported
- Although all QML types are available, there is no possibility of on-device preview directly from Qt Design Studio. To preview the design on MCU boards, use the auto-generated CMake project and compile it from Qt Creator.
- Qt Quick Ultralite-specific QML types (
ColorizedImage) are not available
The following is a list of known issues on the Renesas RH850 hardware.
- The internal ROM is used to store code (data and text) and the graphical assets only. This limits the size of the executable to be not more than 5 MB.
- Qt Quick Ultralite 1.5 does not enter low CPU power mode. If no frame is rendered and no other tasks are running, Qt Quick Ultralite loops until next frame needs to be rendered or another task needs CPU time.
- Only bare metal is supported.
- The Monotype Spark font engine Tech Preview is not supported.
The following is a list of known issues on the STM32H750B hardware.
- Screen may flicker when performing some double precision operations. For that reason, qreal defaults to
- The SDK version 1.6.0 is not supported yet.
The following is a list of known issues on the NXP i.MXRT1050 hardware.
- When debugging, interrupted program won't resume its execution and must be restarted by using the
mon reset haltcommand.
- To work around a GNU Arm Embedded Toolchain bug (https://bugs.launchpad.net/gcc-arm-embedded/+bug/1747966), all the object files and libraries are passed to
ldin a linker group (using
--end-group). Additionally, libraries are passed to linker before application object files, which is opposite to default behavior.
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