Qt does not support compose key even if it's set in the keymap. This makes it impossible to e.g. input letters like ö, ä, ü, ß with an English keyboard. Those letters just were entered through the compose key on an Xwayland window.
Steps to reproduce:
1. Use a Wayland session (e.g. Plasma 5.7)
2. Setup a keymap with compose key support (e.g. systemsettings -> Input Devices -> Keyboard -> Advanced -> select a "Position of compose key")
3. Open a Qt application with --platform wayland
4. Try to enter text with the compose key
5. Open same application with --platform xcb
6. Try to enter text with compose key
Actual Result: input is wrong in case of Qt window
Expected Result: same text entered whether it's xcb or wayland
Please note that GTK+ on Wayland handles this correctly.
|For Gerrit Dashboard: QTBUG-54792|
|111600,4||Implement basic key composition support||5.10||qt/qtwayland||Status: NEW||0||0|
|169619,2||Add support for compose key||5.7||qt/qtwayland||Status: ABANDONED||-1||0|
|211478,8||Implement basic key composition support||dev||qt/qtwayland||Status: MERGED||+2||0|