[PyKDE] Re: newest Version
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Wed Oct 29 21:52:01 GMT 2003
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On Wednesday 29 October 2003 21:38, David Boddie wrote:
> > I don't see how moc should help here. I don't think it should be put in
> > moc_pyqwidgetplugin.cpp because it is automatically generated from
> > pyqwidgetplugin.h and is for class PyQWidgetPlugin. Others moc_* file
> > don't exist and you can't create other moc files from *.py files. Or are
> > you thinking about creating a pymoc command?
> I've thought some more about this and I'm coming round to the idea that we
> could derive a class from QWidget, in much the same way that Jim derived
> PyKPanelApplet from KPanelApplet, and get it to set up a customised meta
> object for each Python class by examining the relevant class definitions in
> Python scripts. In fact, looking at moc_pykpanelapplet.cpp in the
> PyKDE-3.8rc2 sources, it seems that we have a good template to start from.
What is the advantage of creating a subclass than making the change directly
> The disadvantages of this approach are:
> 1. Lack of a general method for defining signals and slots.
Why? We can read out variabes in the Python class defining the signals, slots.
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