PyQt QTableItem inheritance...

Mike Meyer mwm at mired.org
Tue Apr 1 19:31:45 CEST 2003


I've already tried posting this to the pyKDE mail list, and gotten no
response.

I'm trying to create an item in a QTable that uses the
QDoubleValidator on the input edit field. The only way I can see to do
this is subclass QTableItem, and override createEditor with a method
that sets the validator, like so:

class Float_Field(QTableItem):

    def __init__(self, table, data):
        print "Creating float field."
        QTableItem.__init__(self, table, QTableItem.OnTyping, str(data))

    def createEditor(self):
        print "createEditor"
        editor = QLineEdit(self.text(), self.table().viewport())
        self.connect(editor, SIGNAL("textChanged(QString &)"),
                     self.table(), SLOT("doValueChanged"))
        editor.setValidator(QDoubleValidator(self))
        return editor



While I get the output from __init__, I never see the output from
createEditor. Any help would be appreciated.

	Thanks,
	<mike

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