XdgShell QML Type

Provides an extension for desktop-style user interfaces. More...

Import Statement: import QtWayland.Compositor 1.3
Since: Qt 5.12

Signals

Methods

  • void ping(WaylandClient client)

Detailed Description

The XdgShell extension provides a way to associate a XdgToplevel or XdgPopup with a regular Wayland surface. Using the XdgToplevel interface, the client can request that the surface is resized, moved, and so on.

XdgShell corresponds to the Wayland interface, xdg_shell.

To provide the functionality of the shell extension in a compositor, create an instance of the XdgShell component and add it to the list of extensions supported by the compositor:

import QtWayland.Compositor 1.3

WaylandCompositor {
    XdgShell {
        // ...
    }
}

Signal Documentation

pong(int serial)

This signal is emitted when the client has responded to a ping event with serial, serial.

See also ping().


popupCreated(XdgPopup popup, XdgSurface xdgSurface)

This signal is emitted when the client has created a xdg_popup. A common use case is to let the handler of this signal instantiate a ShellSurfaceItem or WaylandQuickItem for displaying popup in a QtQuick scene.

xdgSurface is the XdgSurface popup is the role object for.


toplevelCreated(XdgToplevel toplevel, XdgSurface xdgSurface)

This signal is emitted when the client has created a xdg_toplevel. A common use case is to let the handler of this signal instantiate a ShellSurfaceItem or WaylandQuickItem for displaying toplevel in a QtQuick scene.

xdgSurface is the XdgSurface toplevel is the role object for.


xdgSurfaceCreated(XdgSurface xdgSurface)

This signal is emitted when the client has created a xdg_surface. Note that xdgSurface is not mapped, i.e. according to the xdg-shell protocol it should not be displayed, until it has received a role object.

See also toplevelCreated() and popupCreated().


Method Documentation

void ping(WaylandClient client)

Sends a ping event to client. If the client replies to the event the pong signal will be emitted.


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