mithrandir42 at web.de
Sun Jan 21 19:54:25 GMT 2007
Gerard Vermeulen wrote:
> On Sun, 21 Jan 2007 11:20:49 +0100
> "N. Volbers" <mithrandir42 at web.de> wrote:
>> Hello everyone,
>> I am currently thinking about re-writing some pygtk code for pyqt. It is
>> basically a "widget factory", i.e. it will (try to) create appropriate
>> input widgets for attributes of a class. The output widget/dialog is
>> very similar to the property sheets known from many applications.
>> Rewriting it would take quite some time, and since my solution is far
>> from perfect, I am first investigating existing alternatives. Somewhere
>> on the QT pages, I have seen that there is a commercial C++-based
>> QPropertySheet widget for this. Since I am developing in python and
>> writing a GPL-only application without a commerical license, this is no
>> option for me.
>> Any pointers to pyqt based projects would be appreciated.
> I think that http://doc.trolltech.com/qq/qq13-attributes.html could be
> a starter for implementing a QPropertySheet widget in C++. It should
> be not to hard to translate/adapt it for Python.
Thanks for the link. After hacking around a little, I have a working
system which I now need to extend for different types of attributes.
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