Reimplemented Public Functions
|virtual QIconEngineV2 *||create(const QString & filename = QString()) = 0|
|virtual QStringList||keys() const = 0|
- 29 public functions inherited from QObject
Additional Inherited Members
- 1 property inherited from QObject
- 1 public slot inherited from QObject
- 1 signal inherited from QObject
- 7 static public members inherited from QObject
- 8 protected functions inherited from QObject
Icon engine plugins produces QIconEngines for QIcons; an icon engine is used to render the icon. The keys that identifies the engines the plugin can create are suffixes of icon filenames; they are returned by keys(). The create() function receives the icon filename to return an engine for; it should return 0 if it cannot produce an engine for the file.
You should ensure that you do not duplicate keys. Qt will query the plugins for icon engines in the order in which the plugins are found during plugin search (see the plugins overview document).
See also How to Create Qt Plugins.
Member Function Documentation
QIconEnginePluginV2::QIconEnginePluginV2(QObject * parent = 0)
Constructs a icon engine plugin with the given parent. This is invoked automatically by the Q_EXPORT_PLUGIN2() macro.
Destroys the icon engine plugin.
You never have to call this explicitly. Qt destroys a plugin automatically when it is no longer used.
[pure virtual] QIconEngineV2 * QIconEnginePluginV2::create(const QString & filename = QString())
Creates and returns a QIconEngine object for the icon with the given filename.
See also keys().
[pure virtual] QStringList QIconEnginePluginV2::keys() const
Returns a list of icon engine keys that this plugin supports. The keys correspond to the suffix of the file or resource name used when the plugin was created. Keys are case insensitive.
See also create().
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