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    Default Listview inside repeater - model

    Hi Guys,

    I want to display N horizontal lists. I put listview inside of repeater. N is a number of lists and it depends on some data in C++. Each list has its own model. I don't know how to properly register model for each list. Here is some sketch of code:

    Qt Code:
    1. Column {
    2. Repeater {
    3. model: ?? // This number (number of lists) depends on some data in C++
    4. Rectangle {
    5. ListView {
    6. orientation: ListView.Horizontal
    7. model: ?? // There will be more than one list --> Question: How to assign different models to list
    8. delegate: Rectangle {
    9. Text {
    10. text: somemodelproperty
    11. }
    12. }
    13. }
    14. }
    15. }
    16. }
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    I've found something like this:

    property var subModels: [m1, m2, ... m10]

    Then for the ListView inside the repeater delegate you can:

    ListView {
    model: subModels[index]
    // ...
    }

    but here is specific number of models, and I don't how how many of them I'll have.

    In C++, I have implemented QList <DataClass> list, and each list is "bounded" to a ListView by doing something like that:

    QQmlContext *ctxt = view.rootContext();

    ctxt->setContextProperty("myModel", &serviceList);

    Registering one model for one listview is just fine and it's working.

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    Default Re: Listview inside repeater - model

    Assuming you have a list of models in C++, then you can either use a C++ property that makes that list accessible, or you write a simple list model that has one role which returns the model at the given index.

    Depends mostly on how dynamic the number of model is.
    If it changes often, the list model approach will be better, as the repeater can then specifically destroy/create entries.

    Cheers,
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