phil at riverbankcomputing.co.uk
Thu Nov 22 10:09:17 GMT 2007
On Thursday 22 November 2007, Alexandre Badez wrote:
> On Nov 21, 2007 5:26 PM, Alexandre Badez <alexandre.badez at gmail.com> wrote:
> > On Nov 21, 2007 5:06 PM, Andreas Pakulat <apaku at gmx.de> wrote:
> > > [...]
> > > You can't, unless you copy the code, translate it to python and put it
> > > into your own delegate. Only whats documented in the API docs can be
> > > used without copying it, everything else in Qt's code is private.
> > >
> > > Andreas
> > >
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> > Alex
> I'm steel trying to make my deletage, but I've steel have some problem.
> My application must be multi-plateform, so I develop for win32 and Unix
> (SunOs 5.8).
> On Windows I've got:
> PyQt 4.0 (262 144)
> Qt 4.1.5 (even if PyQt give me the information: Qt 4.1.3 (262 403)
> On Unix I've got:
> PyQt 4.1.1 (262 401)
> Qt 4.1.4 (262 404)
> In my delegate I'm doing this:
> from PyQt4 import QtGui
> class myDelegate(QtGui.QItemDelegate):
> def paint(self, painter, option, index):
> self.decoration(...) # <- method protected declare in C++ object
> This code work great on window, but not on Unix (AttributError).
> What am I doing wrong ?
QItemDelegate::decoration() is internal to Qt.
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