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I was looking for a way to hide the tick box after it had been ticked. The checkbox was an item in a QListWidgetItem. I found that this did the job. item->setData(Qt::CheckStateRole, QVariant());
Apple wants you to use XCode to create apps for Mac, but you don't have to. Recently I posted about the launch of my new app in the Mac App Store.
I got a lot of interest from folks about what you need to do to get a Qt app - written using portable C++ and not using XCode - into the App Store.
Some commentators have said it can't be done. Well it can, and I've written a post with some guidelines on how to do it.
I did use 4.8 quite a bit and the things in 5.2 are not a big step forward with respect to Mac. In fact the Qt guys had to spend some time getting Mac things that already worked in 4.8 working again in 5.x with its big changes in rendering architecture and project layout.
The main differences I think are that you'll need to specify the paths for where your apps preferences, caches and so on live. For that the easiest way is probably just to call the NSSearchPathsForDirectoriesInDomains() function ( https://developer.apple.com/library/ios/documentation/cocoa/reference/foundation/miscellaneous/foundation_functions/reference/reference.html#//apple_ref/c/func/NSSearchPathForDirectoriesInDomains ).
That will return paths in the sandbox which are good to store the prefs and app data files in. You could define a macro or function to return a QSettings object that uses the fileName form of the constructor: http://qt-project.org/doc/qt-4.8/qsettings.html#QSettings-4
The fixes for macdeployqt will be slightly different - but basically you just need to hack the bundle structure that you wind up with after macdeployqt has done with it so that it matches the Apple spec. That spec is here: https://developer.apple.com/library/mac/documentation/MacOSX/Conceptual/BPFrameworks/Concepts/FrameworkAnatomy.html
The main thing macdeployqt really does for you is the renaming / re-pathing of embedded info in the app so that it uses the frameworks in the bundle instead of what it was compiled against. You can acheive that using otool but its a pain, and even a slightly broken macdeployqt will still save a lot of time.
If you go completely mad and decide to give this a try, I'll help where I can. Good luck! :-)
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