[PyKDE] QtCore.Qt and QtGui.Qt

Phil Thompson phil at riverbankcomputing.co.uk
Thu Mar 2 16:10:33 GMT 2006

On Thursday 02 March 2006 3:43 pm, Sundance wrote:
> On Thu, Mar 02, 2006 at 02:58:18PM +0000, Phil Thompson wrote:
> > What you describe can be implemented, but it means that the Qt module
> > must be linked against the Core and Gui Qt libraries.
> Oookay, you've lost me there. I thought that, with the exception of
> convertFromPlainText(), escape() and mightBeRichText() (which you can
> implement as part of QtGui all you want, since they're defined in
> QTextDocument anyway), the Qt namespace only contained enums? What am I
> missing here? Does the way PyQt works absolutely requires that the
> enums would be the exact C++ type that the library uses, rather than,
> you know, just ints...?

It's the functions you mention - their namespace is Qt not QTextDocument. They 
are defined in the file qtextdocument.cpp but that's irrelevant. Having a 
namespace convention for enums and a different one for functions and classes 
isn't acceptable.


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