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[QF-Test] Create components through a resolver?

  • Subject: [QF-Test] Create components through a resolver?
  • From: Denis Gauthier <denis.gauthier@?.au>
  • Date: Thu, 9 Jun 2011 17:52:23 +1000

Dear fellow QFTest users,

my application is mainly composed of an OpenGL canvas.
I have implemented a custom itemResolver which allows QFTest to "see" what is going on inside this canvas.
However this way of doing is showing some limitations, mainly due to the 2 index level constraint.

To overcome this I was wondering if any extension API existed to have what is displayed in the canvas considered as Components by QFTest instead of Items.
These 'items' are indeed very close to regular components: they have a class, a position, some features and even a name!
A smart resolver would then make QFTest aware of the complete hierarchy of components within the canvas, down to any depth.

Is this something that is possible (and has anyone done it)?

Thanks for your feedback.


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