chris.bird at lineo.com
Wed Jun 19 00:37:01 BST 2002
On Tuesday 18 June 2002 15:33, Karl wrote:
> I have build a project using the Qt Designer for Qt 2.3. When I compile the
> .ui file with pyuic, it uses the function self.trUtf8("<string>") for
> captions of Buttons etc.
> When I want to use the class created, python tells me that there is an
> "attribute error" in all the lines where this Utf8 is used. When i just
> remove the function call and use the string itself, everything works fine.
> But this is of course not a solution as I would have to replace all
> occurances everytime after recompiling the .ui file.
> What's wrong and what can I do?
try this for foo.ui
pyuic -tr self.tr foo.ui
The tr option tells pyuic to use the following string instead of self.trUtf8.
QObjects and all descendents define a tr function in Qt 2 which is probably
what you're using if trUtf8 doesn't work.
-- Christian Bird
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