.js extension, instead of
.qsa. This change to the API improves the software and gives access to 64-bit capabilities from the scripting interface.
To avoid complications for users of earlier version, every effort was made to enable backward compatibility with QSA scripts. Simple functions can be ported without making any changes. However, class definitions must conform to the Qt Script syntax. Therefore, scripts that define classes must be updated. For detailed instructions on how to update from QSA to Qt scripts, see the Moving from QSA to Qt Script documentation of the Qt website.