Filters row with a custom filtering. More...
|Import Statement:||import Felgo 3.0|
enabled : bool
This property holds whether the filter is enabled. A disabled filter will accept every rows unconditionally (even if it's inverted).
By default, filters are enabled.
An expression to implement custom filtering, it must evaluate to a boolean. It has the same syntax has a Property Binding except it will be evaluated
for each of the source model's rows. Rows that have their expression evaluating to
true will be accepted by the model. Data for each row is exposed like for a delegate of a QML View.
This expression is re-evaluated for a row every time its model data changes. When an external property (not
index or in
model) the expression depends on changes, the expression is re-evaluated for
every row of the source model. To capture the properties the expression depends on, the expression is first executed with invalid data and each property access is detected by the QML engine. This means that if a property is
not accessed because of a conditional, it won't be captured and the expression won't be re-evaluated when this property changes.
A workaround to this problem is to access all the properties the expressions depends unconditionally at the beginning of the expression.
inverted : bool
This property holds whether the filter is inverted. When a filter is inverted, a row normally accepted would be rejected, and vice-versa.
By default, filters are not inverted.
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