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  2. QTBUG-26352

QML value types can't be defined with qmetatype ids > 255

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      Trying to create a value type for the qtlocation qml import. I have set up the actual data class (a POD class with operator= and copy cons), a subclass of QQmlValueTypeBase<POD>, and a subclass of QQmlValueTypeProvider (with all the appropriate private bool methods overridden). I then call QQml_addValueTypeProvider() with an instance of the QQmlValueTypeProvider subclass that I defined, and also call qmlRegisterValueTypeEnums on the QQmlValueTypeBase subclass.

      At this point, it doesn't seem to work. The methods I defined in the provider never get called for properties of the POD type. I discussed this with mvogt and chriadam and it seems value types are only accepted at present for qmetatype ids < 255 (and of course being a custom qmetatype, my POD class gets a much higher id).

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            mvogt Matthew Vogt (closed Nokia identity) (Inactive)
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            alewilso Alex Wilson (closed Nokia identity) (Inactive)
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