[PyKDE] Segmentation fault with QToolBar
boud at valdyas.org
Mon Jun 3 19:02:01 BST 2002
On Monday 03 June 2002 12:48, Janos Blazi wrote:
> My program is short:
> import sys
> from qt import *
> app.connect(app, SIGNAL("lastWindowClosed()"),app,SLOT("quit()"))
> mw = QMainWindow()
> tb = QToolBar(mw) #(***)
> Everything is displayed correctly but after terminating the program I
> get a segmentation fault. If I omit the line (***), no segmentation
> fault occures.
> (I had that in a much larger program and it took some time to find the
Hmmm... It must be some version/lib/platform issue, because, with the
latest PyQt, Python 2.2 on SuSE 7.3, no segfault occurs. So you've got
a bug here in PyQt, which may or may not be solved in the latest version
for your platform.
> I have LOOKED INTO THE DOCUMENTATION too.
Ouch. My poor ears. All in tatters. But seriously, having looked in the
documentation is not really something that people do, as a rule. I mean,
I've had lots of questions that could have been solved by looking around
> Can anybody give me a hint as to what happens here?
Boudewijn Rempt | http://www.valdyas.org
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