[PyQt] Qt or PyQt problem?
"V. Armando Solé"
sole at esrf.fr
Wed Jun 3 14:34:18 BST 2009
I think I have fallen into a Qt bug but perhaps I am wrong.
According to the (latest) Qt documentation,
QAbstractItemModel.createIndex takes a uint32 as the model index
internalId, while the internalId() method of QModelIndex returns a
uint64. I guess my problems are coming from that inconsistency.
The problem is illustrated below. On a windows machine and on a 64-bit
linux machine everything is fine.
On a 32-bit linux machine the given internalId (= id(a) ) and the
returned internalId are not the same. In fact, one of them is negative.
Both, the linux-32 machine and the windows XP machine are running sip
4.7.9, PyQt 4.4.4 and qt 4.4.3
Am I missing some obvious solution to the problem?
import PyQt4.Qt as qt
def index(self, row, column, parent):
a=[" Hello World"]
index = self.createIndex(row, column, id(a))
print "Next two values should be the same"
print "indexInternalId = ", index.internalId()
print "id(a) = ", id(a)
if __name__ == "__main__":
app = qt.QApplication()
w = Model()
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