The following members of class QAbstractEventDispatcher are obsolete. They are provided to keep old source code working. We strongly advise against using them in new code.
||filterEvent (void * message )|
||flush () = 0|
||hasPendingEvents () = 0|
||registerTimer (int timerId , int interval , QObject * object )|
||registerTimer (int interval , QObject * object )|
() with an empty eventType and
. This function returns
as soon as an event filter returns
, and false otherwise to indicate that the processing of the event should continue.
Depending from the event dispatcher implementation does nothing or calls QApplication::sendPostedEvents().
if there is an event waiting; otherwise returns false. This function is an implementation detail for
() and must not be called directly.
Register a timer with the specified timerId and interval for the given object .
Registers a timer with the specified interval for the given object and returns the timer id.