[PyQt] newbie: trying to place widgets in a QTreeWidget
imre.tuske at gmail.com
Tue Aug 18 16:37:55 BST 2009
I'm new to both Python and PyQt and still learning the ropes (familiar with
C++, though). What I'm trying to do is to create a QTreeWidget where some
items are widgets (say buttons for this example's sake).
When I try this code (snippet):
cw = QTreeWidget()
for n in range(3):
i = QTreeWidgetItem(cw) # new row
i.setText(0, "first "+str(n)) # text in first column
i.setText(1, "second") # text in second column
b = QPushButton("push me "+str(n)) # button...
cw.setItemWidget(i, 2, b) # ...goes to the third column
...the result is that I'll have 3 rows in my tree widget, but only in the
third row will have a button (all three will have the texts).
However when I append the following code to the above snippet:
b1 = QPushButton("push me 0")
cw.setItemWidget(cw.topLevelItem(0), 2, b1) # add button to row 0, column
b2 = QPushButton("push me 1")
cw.setItemWidget(cw.topLevelItem(1), 2, b2) # add button to row 1, column
...which is basically a loop unrolled (but the created buttons are referred
to by two separate variables), all two buttons will appear.
So my suspicion is that it is not a Qt issue, rather a widget ownership one
(I suppose when a new button is assigned to the 'b' variable in the loop,
the previous button loses 'b' as owner and it gets destroyed).
I suppose I should somehow transfer the button's ownership to (let's say)
the tree widget once it is created but I don't know how to do that. Anyone
can help me out?
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