[PyQt] QMap and unsigned int
phil at riverbankcomputing.com
Fri Nov 27 09:22:48 GMT 2009
On Fri, 27 Nov 2009 10:08:36 +0100, Oliver Heyme <olihey at googlemail.com>
> I am using (on Windows with Qt 4.6_rc) the latest versions of sip and
> I having some trouble with the QMap.
> On of my classes has the following method:
> const QMap<unsigned int,QColor>* materialList() const;
> When I am using this in the sip-file for the class I get the error:
> sip: LBBApplication::materialList() unsupported function return type -
> provide %MethodCode and a C++ signature
> Weird thing is, if I change the "unsigned int" to "int" it works like a
> My question is, is there a reason it fails when using "unsigned int"
> or do I have to do something else?
PyQt doesn't wrap that particular template signature (see qmap.sip). If you
really need it then you'll have to include it in your own .sip files.
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