[PyKDE] [PyQt] QTabBar and missing signals
rigel at telemail.it
Tue Nov 13 11:30:41 GMT 2001
I'm currently writing a simple application using PyQt 2.5 and I'm stuck
trying to understand what I'm doing wrong regarding QTabBar.
After constructing the tabBar and adding the necessary tabs, I attempted
to connect the selected() signal that QTabBar emits to my own
application in order to show the right QDialog on a particular QWidget.
The connecting code is:
QObject.connect(self.tabBar, SIGNAL('selected()'), self, \
[ where repaintWindow() is a function I wrote. ]
When I run that code, my QDialogs aren't shown and I get this error on
QObject::connect: No such signal QTabBar::selected()
QObject::connect: (sender name: 'unnamed')
QObject::connect: (receiver name: 'unnamed')
I looked up the documentation and QTabBar::selected() *does* exist
What's wrong there? Is it a missing signal in PyQt?
Thanks in advance,
Alessandro Gatti - rigel at telemail.it
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