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    Default Application plug-in architecture

    Hello,

    Does Qt provide an application plug-in architecture ... similar in capability to Eclipse or COM? Too bad C++ doesn't have the underlying support such as Java class and method introspection.

    I'm assuming pages 408-414 in the Qt book is the place to start.

    Are there any more thorough examples? ... a Wiki perhaps?

    Cheers,
    Ben

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    Default Re: Application plug-in architecture

    I'll begin looking at the link now. Is there support for run-time class interface introspection?

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    Default Re: Application plug-in architecture

    Quote Originally Posted by brcain
    Is there support for run-time class interface introspection?
    http://doc.trolltech.com/4.1/qmetaobject.html

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