OverviewFelgo 2 Support (Qt 5) › how do I pass a model to Playlist QML type?


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    I have this rectangle to implement a playlist:

                    width: page.width
                    height: page.height
                    Audio {
                           id: player;
                           playlist: Playlist {
                               id: playlist
                               PlaylistItem { source: "E:/Breaeze/SampleAudio_0.4mb.mp3"; }
                               PlaylistItem { source: "E:/crowd-cheering1.mp3"; }
                               PlaylistItem { source: "E:/Felgo/Examples/Felgo/demos/CrazyCarousel/assets/sound/Carousel.mp3"; }
                       ListView {
                           model: playlist;
                           delegate: Text {
                               font.pixelSize: 16;
                               text: source;
                       MouseArea {
                           anchors.fill: parent;
                           onPressed: {
                               if (player.playbackState != Audio.PlayingState) {
                               } else {

    I have a c++ model contains all the music URLs & want to use it instead of adding every song manually to the playlist, this is my c++ model implementation:

    static QStringList pathList; //to save the URLs
    int main(int argc, char *argv[]){
    QDirIterator it("E:/", QStringList() << "*.mp3", QDir::Files, QDirIterator::Subdirectories);
            while (it.hasNext()){
                qDebug() <<;
        QQmlContext *ctxt1 = engine.rootContext();
        ctxt1->setContextProperty("pathModel", QVariant::fromValue(pathList)); //used model pathmodel

    but I cant pass it as a model what can I do?

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