[PyQt] Re: Re: [PyKDE] Re: QAbstractItemModel 64 bit problem

Jeremy Sanders jss at ast.cam.ac.uk
Fri Apr 6 11:09:57 BST 2007

Phil Thompson wrote:

> In fact I could make this work with PyQt so that id() could be used as the
> internal ID, but I don't really see the point as...
>     idx = a.createIndex(0, 0, data)
>     assert idx.internalPointer() is data
> ...seems more natural than...
>     idx = a.createIndex(0, 0, id(data))
>     assert idx.internalId() == id(data)
> ...and both require you to keep a reference elsewhere to data.

True. I switched my code to use internalPointer when I realised it was
available. I copied the examples originally, which used id.


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