[PyQt] Simple Qt application
thorsten at thorstenkampe.de
Fri Apr 2 14:49:01 BST 2010
I want to create a simple application that displays hierarchical output.
The idea comes from an application called "Slp Snoop"
doesn't work with Vista and above anymore.
Basically the application should execute a CLI command called "slptool"
and "GUIfy" the output (see http://thor.objectis.net/tmp/slpsnoop/view).
The only "features" of the application (apart from displaying the SLP
data) should be that each node should be preceded by an icon (to easily
identify a scope versus a service versus URL) and to make the nodes
"clickable" so that clicking on a node would either expand or collapse
the subnodes (like in Windows Explorer for example).
My questions are:
- would this be rather easy to acheive (for a non-GUI-programmer
- are there existing Qt/PyQt widgets that already do what I want to do?
- can anyone give me some pseudocode?
(My experience with PyQt is limited to reading Mark Summerfield's "Rapid
GUI Programming with Python and Qt" and a sixty line demo PyQt app)
| | |---service1_URL1
| | |---service1_URL2
| | `---service1_URL3
| | `---service2_URL1
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