[PyQt] Bug in QFileDialog

Vicent Mas uvemas at gmail.com
Thu Dec 9 18:57:03 GMT 2010

On 2010-12-09 Baz Walter <bazwal at ftml.net> said:

> On 09/12/10 18:01, Vicent Mas wrote:
> > On 2010-12-09 Baz Walter<bazwal at ftml.net>  said:
> >>> but it means that there is still a bug: in the doItWrong function of my
> >>> script the setFileMode call doesn't reset the FileName label to a
> >>> default value. So it seems that I'll end writing my first C++ code
> >>> (using Antonio's code as a guide) and sending a bug report to Nokia.
> >> 
> >> i can't reproduce this.
> >> 
> >> if i comment out the call to setFileMode in the doItWrong function, the
> >> label of the Accept button is set to "accept label"; otherwise it is
> >> reset to "Open".
> >> 
> >> so it looks like everything works as per the qt docs.
> >> 
> >> (this is using: python 2.7.1, qt 4.7.1, sip 4.11.2, pyqt 4.8.1)
> > 
> > No, accordingly to the docs the setFileMode sets two constants: FileName
> > and Accept. What I say is that the FileName constant is not being reset.
> > At least here.
> yes, sorry - i missed that you were now referring to the FileName label.
> however, it appears that this may actually be a documentation bug.
> QFileDialog has an internal property "fileNameLabelExplicitlySat" [sic]
> which is set to true when using setLabelText.
> the setFileMode method checks this property when deciding whether to
> reset the FileName label. there is no corresponding property for any of
> the other labels.

He, he,

use the force, read the source.

Thanks for the info. So if no more news arrive it seems that what should be 
reported to Nokia is a documentation bug (I've lost a great opportunity for 
writing C++ code. That's a pitty ;-)


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