[PyKDE] Connections with QWidgetFactory

Phil Thompson phil at riverbankcomputing.co.uk
Wed Mar 23 09:15:30 GMT 2005

> Hello
> I have a designer file that defines my app main window ("principal.ui").
> Then using QWidgetFactory the actual window is created:
> ----------------------
> def main(args):
>     app=QApplication(args)
>     pyimpl = R() # R is derived from QObject
>     mainWindow = QWidgetFactory.create("principal.ui", pyimpl)
>     pyimpl.setParent(mainWindow)
>     mainWindow.show()
>     app.connect(app, SIGNAL("lastWindowClosed()"), app, SLOT("quit()"))
>     app.exec_loop()
> ----------------------
> In C++, if you pass a second parameter to QWidgetFactory.create,  qt
> automatically creates the conections defined in the ui file, using the
> slots of the 2nd parameter.
> But in PyQt, no connection is made. ¿Is this correct?

If R is a wrapped C++ implementation of a QObject sub-class then it should

If R is a Python implementation of a QObject sub-class then it won't work
because QWidgetFactory.create() doesn't know anything about Python


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