OverviewFelgo 2 Support (Qt 5) › Using a python script in a c++ Qt project (App)

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    Hi there,

    I’m a beginner in the c++ world and I have to make a cross-platform mobile app. That’s why I use Qt with V-play engine.

    Little problem : I would like to use a python script (a socket that permit to send and recieve files -> that I already wrote) in my application.

    I just want to have a AppButton in my app that execute the script (that have to be in the project, I don’t really know where).


    Thanks in advance !


    Felgo Team
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