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QTBUG-74398 (no point of repeating here).
- Take learnings from QUL QML research work and make that part of Qt 6.
- QML that can fit in to very small memory footprint with hardware RAM below 2MB.
- Qt with an QML engine that does not have the C++ parts of Qt, or has very limited parts of C++ API's. We still need full functionality of current items and anchors.
- Optimally this is a configurable subset of 'full normal QML' instead of a replacement QML engine so that we do not need to maintain common bits in many places.