The QRunnable class is the base class for all runnable objects. More...
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This class was introduced in Qt 4.4.
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|QRunnable *||create(std::function<void ()> functionToRun)|
The QRunnable class is an interface for representing a task or piece of code that needs to be executed, represented by your reimplementation of the run() function.
You can use QThreadPool to execute your code in a separate thread. QThreadPool deletes the QRunnable automatically if autoDelete() returns
true (the default). Use setAutoDelete() to change the auto-deletion flag.
QThreadPool supports executing the same QRunnable more than once by calling QThreadPool::tryStart(this) from within the run() function. If autoDelete is enabled the QRunnable will be deleted when the last thread exits the run function. Calling QThreadPool::start() multiple times with the same QRunnable when autoDelete is enabled creates a race condition and is not recommended.
See also QThreadPool.
Member Function Documentation
Constructs a QRunnable. Auto-deletion is enabled by default.
QRunnable virtual destructor.
true is auto-deletion is enabled; false otherwise.
[static] QRunnable *QRunnable::create(std::function<void ()> functionToRun)
Auto-deletion is enabled by default.
This function was introduced in Qt 5.15.
Implement this pure virtual function in your subclass.
Enables auto-deletion if autoDelete is true; otherwise auto-deletion is disabled.
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