phil at riverbankcomputing.co.uk
Tue Nov 18 20:14:01 GMT 2003
On Tuesday 18 November 2003 7:35 am, Gerard Vermeulen wrote:
> My difficulties to translate this C++ idiom to Python:
> bool Plot::eventFilter(QObject *object, QEvent *e)
> if ( e->type() == QEvent::Resize )
> const QSize &size = ((QResizeEvent *)e)->size();
> if ( object == (QObject *)axis(yLeft) ) // HOW TO THIS IN PYTHON?
> // ...
> return QwtPlot::eventFilter(object, e);
> were due to the fact that I did not implement ConvertToSubClassCode for
> the Qwt widgets. Therefore, the 'is' operator did not work as expected.
> Since Qwt is more of a bunch of widgets than a neat hierarchy like PyKDE,
> the most natural choice is to convert down from a QObject to a specific
> As far as I understand, the sipc module knows how to handle more than
> one "static PyObject *sipSubClass_QObject(const QObject *sipCpp)" (as
> long as they are implemented in different modules), but sip does not
> support it.
I don't understand - sip does support it, look at qtable.sip or qcanvas.sip.
Or am I missing something?
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