QApplication is a Perl interface to the Qt QApplication class.
Requires QClipboard, QCursor, QEvent, QFont, QFontMetrics, QPalette, QPoint, and QWidget.
A QApplication is automatically created when you use Qt; and will be automatically exported into your namespace as $qApp.
new, beep, clipboard, closingDown, colorMode, desktop, enter_loop, exec, exit, exit_loop, flushX, focusWidget, font, fontMetrics, mainWidget, notify, overrideCursor, palette, postEvent, processEvents, quit, restoreOverrideCursor, sendEvent, setColorMode, setFont, setMainWidget, setOverrideCursor, setPalette, setStyle, startingUp, style, syncX, widgetAt
The Qt class automatically creates and exports a QApplication. None of the other classes in Qt actually uses the Qt class, so if a user's application doesn't 'use Qt;', no QApplication will be created. This is meant to allow sub-classing QApplication or allowing a different interface to use the PerlQt classes, like 'use KDE;'. The QGlobal class is included in all PerlQt classes, instead of Qt.
setColorMode() is interfaced, but I don't think it works.