[PyQt] slots don't get called
phil at riverbankcomputing.com
Mon Sep 28 14:11:49 BST 2009
On Mon, 28 Sep 2009 14:15:34 +0200, Peter Bienstman
<Peter.Bienstman at ugent.be> wrote:
> On Tuesday 22 September 2009 01:40:42 pm Peter Bienstman wrote:
>> On Tuesday 22 September 2009 01:26:50 pm you wrote:
>> > > Which system is this? Mine is WinXP with PyQt-Py2.6-gpl-4.5.4-1.exe
>> > Linux using current snapshots. A problem like that is unlikely to be
>> > platform dependent.
>> Is there a Windows installer for the latest snapshot by any chance?
>> the problem is already solved there.
> I tried 4.6, but no luck...
> I've stripped down my test case to a single 50-line self-contained file:
> If there is anything more I can do to help you debug this, don't hesitate
Short answer - use triggered() instead of activated().
I could reproduce the problem on Windows - but it's a Qt configuration
issue, not a platform issue.
activated() is part of the Qt3 support which is not enabled in the version
of Qt included in the Windows installer, but it is enabled on my Linux
BTW, using the new connect API would have shown the problem immediately.
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