[PyKDE] KPart problem
jbublitz at nwinternet.com
Mon Jul 25 20:29:00 BST 2005
On Sunday 24 July 2005 20:12, Roberto Alsina wrote:
> > factory = kdecore.KLibLoader.self().factory( "libkonsolepart" );
> > p=factory.create( win)
> > with
> > p = kparts.createReadWritePart("libkonsolepart", win, "konsole",
> > "KParts::Part")
> > The syntax for this convenience function is
> > createReadWritePart(lib, parent, name, className, args)
> > and I think I've chosen the correct library and class names for your
> > example.
> Well, that works fine and I get a terminal, but I run into another problem.
> To use the TerminalInterface-specific functionality, you need a
> TerminalInterface like this:
> TerminalInterface* t = static_cast<TerminalInterface*>( p->qt_cast(
> "TerminalInterface" ) );
If TerminalInterface has Python bindings, sip.cast () might work. If it has a
DCOP interface, that might also work.
> And I am, of course, getting a kparts.KParts.ReadWritePart
There is a createReadOnlyPart function with identical syntax. It's documented
> Is there a way to recast it from the python side of things, or is it a
> problem on the PyKDE side?
Sorry for the late reply - I was wandering in the wilderness for a few days
and had the computers shut down. When I got home last night, my main computer
wouldn't boot - power supply problems - and the other computer didn't want to
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