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OverviewV-Play 1 SupportSIGNAL/SLOT or Q_INVOKABLE to access C++ › Reply To: SIGNAL/SLOT or Q_INVOKABLE to access C++

OverviewV-Play 1 SupportSIGNAL/SLOT or Q_INVOKABLE to access C++ › Reply To: SIGNAL/SLOT or Q_INVOKABLE to access C++
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Matt

So it looks like C++ is not supported which is strange as this engine is for Qt using creator which is entirely focused on C++ and requires a compiler to build the project.  Please correct me if I am wrong here so I don’t invest anymore time.

Are there any plans in the near future for allowing a developer to use C++?  I did not want to have to pay the $1500 just to link to a DLL in Unity and I thought that this was going to be a great solution and a great way to learn a declarative language.

Thanks.

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