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Preston

Hi Chrisu

 

Thank you for the quick reply.

Ok…

Yes…there is a C version of the library.

I welcome this idea actually.

Because with my current iOS app, it uses the C version.

That means I can reuse more code which is a good thing.

 

 

So now the question is, do you have an example code/project of how to mix C and C++ with Javascript V-play?

I would need the C++ calls coz I need to use a DatePicker which I know is available with Qt.

 

Thank you.

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