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Does qt-at-spi actually work with Qt5?


I am trying to evaluate the cross-platform accessibility of Qt.
I am using the most basic Qt example possible:

#include <QApplication>
#include <QTextEdit>

int main(int argv, char **args)
    QApplication app(argv, args);

    QTextEdit textEdit;

    return app.exec();

If I compile this with Qt5, and try to run it in GNOME with
QT_ACCESSIBILITY set to 1, all I get is a completely non-responsive
gnome-shell window.

What am I missing?  Is this actually *supposed* to work?
Is anybody here using Qt applications successfuly these days (and I
really mean use, not just launch and and test if it does anything).


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