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Using US_DECLARE_SERVICE_INTERFACE with Qt does not work #19

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saschazelzer opened this Issue Jun 1, 2014 · 0 comments

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saschazelzer commented Jun 1, 2014

The US_DECLARE_SERVICE_INTERFACE was meant to work like the Q_DECLARE_INTERFACE macro if Qt headers are available. However, this never fully worked because moc needs an explicit Q_DECLARE_INTERFACE statement when parsing the Q_INTERFACES macro in a QObject derived class.

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Do not specialize the qobject_cast template for service interfaces.
This fixes issue #19.

The intent was to add support for qobject_cast<Interface*>(qobject)
calls for all micro service interfaces automatically if Qt is used.
However, this never fully worked because the QObject derived class
needs a Q_INTERFACES macro which requires moc to find an explicit
Q_DECLARE_INTERFACE macro for the used interface. By removing the
qobject_cast specializations, Q_DECLARE_INTERFACE and
US_DECLARE_SERVICE_INTERFACE can be used in parallel and existing
Qt classes can also be marked as a micro service interface (no
qobject_cast specialization clashes any more).
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