[PyQt] trivial question regarding standarditemmodels
gsmith at troublemakerstudios.com
Fri Jun 12 00:12:12 BST 2009
Hey everyone. I have a QListView widget that is populated by a
QStandardItemModel, which I populated using the appendRow method with a
list containing QStandardItems.
My question is that I am creating a gui to where the user can select
multiple Items in the listview and press a button to remove those items
from the list.
Now for the most part, I figured the logic theory out in my head on how
to do this, where I am stuck is executing the logic within the context
of an ItemModel. Up to this point
I've learned enough about ItemModels to get me in trouble, but not
enough to have a complete understanding of whats actually happening.
Plus all the lists I made previously only used
Single selection and I was able to get the selection I needed from a
selectionChanged method. I also figured out how to set the selection of
a ListView programmatically with not too much trouble. However where I
am stuck, is trying to figure out how to access what row information
based off of whats selected or not selected in its related listview
Here is what I plan on doing in my button logic
1. newItemModel = existingItemModel()
2. for rowInt in range(existingModel.rowCount):
3. rowIndex = existingModel.index(rowInt, 0)
4. if rowIndex not in listView.selectedIndexes():
Where I think I am getting hung up is on row 3 or 4, because I don't'
know if that maintains a 1 to 1 relation ship between the QModelIndex
item created by the index() method and the QModelIndex item that is
created from the selectedIndex() method. Again, like I said, I know
enough to get in trouble. This could be an entirely wrong approach.
So not sure what to do actually, so any advice on the matter would be
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