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The connection type can be specified by passing an additional argument to connect(). Be aware that using direct connections when the sender and receiver live in.


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The connection type can be specified by passing an additional argument to connect(). Be aware that using direct connections when the sender and receiver live in.


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Creating connections outside the scope of the signal sender; Connecting to targets not defined in QML. When any of these are needed, the Connections type can.


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Creating connections outside the scope of the signal sender; Connecting to targets not defined in QML. When any of these are needed, the Connections type can.


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Let's see the complete signature: QObject::connect(const QObject *sender, const char *signal, const QObject *receiver, const char *method, Qt::ConnectionType.


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enum Qt::ConnectionType. This enum describes the types of connection that can be used between signals and slots. In particular, it determines whether a.


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A has a signal called somethingChanged() and B has a slot called handleChange(). If you use a direct connection connect(A, SIGNAL.


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enum Qt::ConnectionType. This enum describes the types of connection that can be used between signals and slots. In particular, it determines whether a.


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connect a signal to a slot, the slot will be called with the signal's parameters at the right time. Signals and slots can take any number of arguments of any type.


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Question feed. I should clarify my opening sentence. I never leave the argument as Auto, but that is just a personal opinion. QObject based class has a queued connection to itself. I'm not entirely convinced that it is always better to explicitly choose direct versus queued connections. Active 2 years, 5 months ago. Unless you're trying to do something very specific and you fully understand the risks, don't specify a connect mode at all. So, I have to use QueuedConnection never mind where I will call it? What specifically don't you understand about these? I always let Qt choose the connection method unless I have a good reason to choose one or the other It definitely makes a difference if you force a queued connection. So, the method call is still asynchronous, meaning it can be delayed in unpredictable ways depending on any other events the loop may need to process. I don't understand how DirectConnection and QueuedConnection works? If B::handleChange isn't thread-safe, this can cause some difficult to locate bugs. However, if you don't specify a connection method, the direct method is automatically used for connections between objects on the same thread at least it is in Qt 4. Active Oldest Votes. The reason I ask this is that in many places specifying Qt::QueuedConnection or direct is a optional param. Just saying that it adds risk during development. I totally understood signals and slots now, thanks for mentioned it anyways. At the very least, you're missing out on the benefits of the extra thread. Basically, it's as if emitting the signal calls the slot method "directly". I'm having trouble with Qt signals. Upcoming Events. Even if two threads share some data that both may read or write? Stack Overflow works best with JavaScript enabled.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} The event loop queues the event, and eventually invokes the slot method whenever control returns to it it being the event loop. Read the docs in the first comment. Linked 0. Jacob Robbins Jacob Robbins 1, 11 11 silver badges 15 15 bronze badges. Related Hot Network Questions. See more linked questions. I'd just like to add a comparative example to Embedded Programming. Feedback post: New moderator reinstatement and appeal process revisions. That should get you started. Let's say you have QObjects A and B and they're both attached to different threads. Assuming B 's thread is running an event loop, emitting the signal will post an event to B 's event loop. Featured on Meta. Good point. How Stack Overflow hires engineers. Nika Nika 1, 3 3 gold badges 19 19 silver badges 39 39 bronze badges. I'd be thankful if someone will explain when to use which of these sample code would be appreciated. New post lock available on meta sites: Policy Lock. Viewed 59k times. You don't have to worry about locks, etc. I edited my answer to clarify. JacobRobbins Would you please clarify why we don't need to use locks or synchronization when using Qt::QueuedConnection? A has a signal called somethingChanged and B has a slot called handleChange. I prefer everything to be explicitly written, and yes that gets difficult at times! If you change the connection method to Qt::QueuedConnection or, in this case, let Qt decide which method to use , things get more interesting. The Overflow Blog. Louis Langholtz 2, 3 3 gold badges 10 10 silver badges 27 27 bronze badges. You won't see much of a difference unless you're working with objects having different thread affinities. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Stack Overflow for Teams is a private, secure spot for you and your coworkers to find and share information. The event is still posted to the thread's event loop. Or when thread A pass some data through arguments of a signal that is connected to a slot in thread B? Jacob's answer is awesome. Asked 7 years, 4 months ago. See stackoverflow. Learn more. In an environment where things move quickly, the time it takes to go back and adjust these as the threading model evolves would make it a non-zero probability that a direct connection could end up being specified for a cross-thread signal and eventually cause intermittent crashes on some machine somewhere race condition on faster or slower processor, etc. Does it mean that Qt takes care of the decision itself whether to "enqueue the signal or call direct"? Edit I should clarify my opening sentence. Otherwise, a QueuedConnection is used. The default will use the right mode direct for intra-thread, queued for inter-thread. Side note: Coming from an Embedded background, it's difficult for me to not define the behavior in the programming. Does that make sense? It does make a difference if you specify a queued connection - even for two objects on the same thread.