The Qt SCXML module provides functionality to create state machines from SCXML files. This includes both dynamically creating state machines (loading the SCXML file and instantiating states and transitions) and generating a C++ file that has a class implementing the state machine. It also contains functionality to support data models and executable content.
Note: In Qt 5.7 the Qt SCXML module is released as Technology Preview. This means that the API may still change in subsequent releases.
To include the definitions of the module's classes, use the following directive:
To import the QML types into your application, use the following import statement in your .qml file:
import QtScxml 5.7
To link against the module, add this line to your qmake .pro file:
QT += scxml
Articles and Guides
- Qt SCXML Overview
- Instantiating State Machines
- SCXML Compliance
- Using the Qt SCXML Compiler (qscxmlc)
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