[PyQt] Quick question concerning protected member functions
christophe.diericx at natuurpunt.be
Tue Feb 17 10:02:49 GMT 2009
Ok, thanks a lot for this extremely fast and concise answer (and for
your great work on PyQT).
For the moment i haven't had any real "showstopper" needs for these
protected member functions but it's nice to know why they behave the way
Van: Phil Thompson [mailto:phil at riverbankcomputing.com]
Verzonden: dinsdag 17 februari 2009 10:50
Aan: Christophe Diericx
CC: pyqt at riverbankcomputing.com
Onderwerp: Re: [PyQt] Quick question concerning protected member
On Tue, 17 Feb 2009 10:44:01 +0100, "Christophe Diericx"
<christophe.diericx at natuurpunt.be> wrote:
> Hello all,
> I have posted a simple code example concerning my question here:
> It fails with a "RuntimeError: no access to protected functions or
> signals for objects not created from Python".
> I understand that this is in the documentation
> to-protected-member-functions) and that this could probably solved in
> this specific case by buiding a QLineEdit from Python and inserting it
> into the QComboBox with setLineEdit().
> But still, I was wondering:
> * Does this happen with every C++ protected function /emitting of
> signals or just in "some" cases?
> * Is this scheduled to be possible in some future version of the
> bindings or are there some intricate difficulties involved?
It's not possible without abusing C++. Those abuses may or may not be
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