[PyKDE] How to delete QCanvasItems?
sollyb at cse.unsw.edu.au
Thu Nov 25 23:14:55 GMT 2004
I haven't tried it myself, but the following should work:
I assume you're having problems getting rid of the python object because
it is still owned by the canvas it was on. If you remove it from the
parent canvas before you try to delete it you may have more luck.
On Thu, 25 Nov 2004, Roberto Alsina wrote:
> A friend and I are working on an application that creates QCanvasItems.
> That's ok.
> But it should also delete them sometimes. And I just can't see how?
> If I delete the python object, it doesn't seem to go away. At least
> canvas.allItems() still counts them.
> Is there a way to force deletion of the C++ object at least? It would
> still leak some memory on the python side, but it would be somewhat
> If q QCanvasItem was a QObject I would call deleteLater, but it isn't.
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