[PyQt] Using PyQt within an application
andreasfrickinger at me.com
Fri Aug 15 15:37:09 BST 2008
Hey David! Thanks for your answer...
Nuke (the application I am using) is not using pyqt, but python and I am
starting the dialog through a python command.
Does the property u sent me end the main event loop? because it needs to be
stopped, otherwise I can't use the application, because it crashes while
doing something with the main event loop running.
Thx for the help!
David Boddie-4 wrote:
> On Thu Aug 14 23:14:22 BST 2008, andYpsilon wrote:
>> A)Yes I am using a QDialog, but not standard OK/Cancel Buttonset. But I
>> also tried this out. I tried the accepted/recected slots and the methods
>> quit() and close(). In every case it closes down the whole application
>> instead of only the dialog window. Theres also no error message, it
>> regularly closes the whole programm. That really sucks.
> Just to clarify, does the application itself use PyQt? Are you running a
> separate application to open the dialog in a subprocess?
> In the former case, setting this property to false might help you deal
> the problem:
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