BinaryLayout Struct

struct QInstaller::BinaryLayout

The BinaryLayout class describes the binary content appended to a file. More...

Header: #include <BinaryLayout>

Detailed Description

Explanation of the binary content at the end of the installer or the separate data file:

Meta data entry [1 ... n]
[Format]
    Plain data (QResource)
[Format]
----------------------------------------------------------
Operation count (qint64)
Operation entry [1 ... n]
[Format]
    Name (qint64, QString)
    XML (qint64, QString)
[Format]
Operation count (qint64)
----------------------------------------------------------
Collection count
Collection data entry [1 ... n]
[Format]
    Archive count (qint64),
    Name entry [1 ... n]
    [Format]
        Name (qint64, QByteArray),
        Offset (qint64),
        Length (qint64),
    [Format]
    Archive data entry [1 ... n]
    [Format]
        Plain data
    [Format]
[Format]
----------------------------------------------------------
Collection count (qint64)
Collection index entry [1 ... n]
[Format]
    Name (qint64, QByteArray)
    Offset (qint64)
    Length (qint64)
[Format]
Collection count (qint64)
----------------------------------------------------------
Collection index block [Offset (qint64)]
Collection index block [Length (qint64)]
----------------------------------------------------------
Resource segments [1 ... n]
[Format]
    Offset (qint64)
    Length (qint64)
[Format]
----------------------------------------------------------
Operations information block [Offset (qint64)]
Operations information block [Length (qint64)]
----------------------------------------------------------
Meta data count (qint64)
----------------------------------------------------------
Binary content size [Including Marker and Cookie (qint64)]
----------------------------------------------------------
Magic marker (qint64)
Magic cookie (qint64)

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