QGeoPositionInfoSourceFactory Class

The QGeoPositionInfoSourceFactory class is a factory class used as the plugin interface for external providers of positioning data. More...

Header: #include <QGeoPositionInfoSourceFactory>
qmake: QT += positioning
Since: Qt 5.2

Public Functions

virtual ~QGeoPositionInfoSourceFactory()
virtual QGeoAreaMonitorSource *areaMonitor(QObject *parent) = 0
virtual QGeoPositionInfoSource *positionInfoSource(QObject *parent) = 0
virtual QGeoSatelliteInfoSource *satelliteInfoSource(QObject *parent) = 0

Detailed Description

The QGeoPositionInfoSourceFactory class is a factory class used as the plugin interface for external providers of positioning data.

The other functions must be overridden by all plugins, other than sourcePriority() which defaults to returning 0. Higher values of priority will be preferred to lower ones.

Member Function Documentation

[virtual] QGeoPositionInfoSourceFactory::~QGeoPositionInfoSourceFactory()

Destroys the position info source factory.

[pure virtual] QGeoAreaMonitorSource *QGeoPositionInfoSourceFactory::areaMonitor(QObject *parent)

Returns a new QGeoAreaMonitorSource associated with this plugin with parent parent. Can also return 0, in which case the plugin loader will use the factory with the next highest priority.

[pure virtual] QGeoPositionInfoSource *QGeoPositionInfoSourceFactory::positionInfoSource(QObject *parent)

Returns a new QGeoPositionInfoSource associated with this plugin with parent parent. Can also return 0, in which case the plugin loader will use the factory with the next highest priority.

[pure virtual] QGeoSatelliteInfoSource *QGeoPositionInfoSourceFactory::satelliteInfoSource(QObject *parent)

Returns a new QGeoSatelliteInfoSource associated with this plugin with parent parent. Can also return 0, in which case the plugin loader will use the factory with the next highest priority.

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