[PyKDE] Lambda function call in connect statement
Aaron J. Ginn
aaron.ginn at motorola.com
Mon Mar 5 17:09:53 GMT 2001
Phil Thompson wrote:
> Sorry - I should have noticed this right at the start...
> The problem is that you are not keeping a reference to the function
> object that lambda returns - so it is getting garbage collected
> immediately. The signal is them emitted to an object that no longer
> exists, hence the segfault. Change the code to be something like...
> self.lam = lambda s=self,x=num:s.changeTopStruct(x)
> self.connect( self.top_struct_button, SIGNAL( "clicked()" ),
> self.lam )
> QObject.connect does not keep a reference to the slot object to avoid
> (potential) hidden circurlar references - but it does mean that you have
> to manage them yourself.
> The weakreferences module in Python 2.1 looks interesting - it might
> offer a more programmer friendly solution.
Great! This works. I had a feeling the problem was that I was using
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