[PyQt] (sort of) beginner question on pyuic4
atenderholt at gmail.com
Mon Jun 2 19:14:16 BST 2008
The approach I usually take is outlined in the PyQt4 documentation:
Specifically, I like the third approach because creating a subclass
makes the most sense to me, and this allows me to use the code
generated by pyuic4 intact.
Hope this helps,
On Sun, Jun 1, 2008 at 7:06 PM, Matt <matt-lists at comnet.net.nz> wrote:
> I'm having a bit of trouble with pyuic4. I've made a few pyqt apps using
> pyqt3 (nothing particularly complicated - and I'm no programmer, just a
> hobbyist), and am now trying to port them over to pyqt4. However, I'm not
> sure I'm doing things right.
> I usually design the gui layout using qt designer, and then create the
> functions that are triggered by signals and slots using a .ui.h file. Using
> pyqt3, I'd then create the .py file using pyuic, which would pick up
> the .ui.h file and combine it into the .py file. However, pyuic4 doesn't
> seem to do that anymore.
> If at all possible, could someone explain how .ui.h files fit into the mix in
> pyqt4, or point me to a good tutorial - I have searched online, but nothing
> seems to deal with this point very well.
> Another question I have is that pyuic used to take a -tr option - this option
> doesn't exist in pyqt4. Is there an explanation somewhere about how
> translations now work in pyqt4?
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