Declares that the decorated type shall not be creatable from QML. This takes
effect if the type is available in QML, by a preceding
decorator. The reason will be emitted as error message if an attempt to create
the type from QML is detected.
Some QML types are implicitly uncreatable, in particular types exposed with
Passing None or no argument will cause a standard message to be used instead.
QML_IMPORT_NAME = "com.library.name" QML_IMPORT_MAJOR_VERSION = 1 QML_IMPORT_MINOR_VERSION = 0 # Optional @QmlElement @QmlUncreatable("BaseClassForQml is an abstract base class") class BaseClassForQml(QObject): # ...
The order of the decorators matters;
QmlUncreatable needs to be preceded by
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