[PyQt] Populating a listWidget with a list of files
jaybstory at yahoo.com
Sat Mar 6 01:10:13 GMT 2010
Here is a example of something similar to what I want to achieve but this is
not in python which is why I'm not quite understanding it:
Still looking for advice on how to achieve this.
> I wanted to know how to have a list widget contain a list of files.
> Basically, I want to be able to give a path to a list of video files and
> have the video file names displayed in a list widget. Then I want the
> user be able to click a file which will open an external program.
> I can already have the user click a button which opens files using
> QFileDialog. Then they can select a file which then opens VLC (I did this
> by using QProcess).
> Here is my code which can do what I mentioned above:
> #code for signal slot connection between the button and the def video
> def video(self):
> fd2 = QtGui.QFileDialog(self)
> self.filename = fd2.getOpenFileName()
> from os.path import isfile
> if isfile(self.filename):
> import codecs
> s = codecs.open(self.filename,'r').read()
> #z = self.filename
> # print z
> video = QtCore.QProcess(self)
> a = "vlc "+z
> I now want to know how to place the list of files into a list Widget.
> Thank you in advance.
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