[PyQt] Some bugs in the PyQt documentation and examples

Phil Thompson phil at riverbankcomputing.co.uk
Sun Mar 18 19:08:02 GMT 2007

On Sunday 18 March 2007 4:58 pm, Shriramana Sharma wrote:
> 1)
> The API reference for QApplication needs to be updated. The third
> paragraph contains many references to exec() which should all be changed
> to exec_().

The API reference needs lots of updating.

> 2)
> In the tutorial programs: #06 and #07, range(4) is used, which is not
> wrong but the original Qt tutorials 06 and 07 are written for 3 widgets.
> This may lead people who are new to Python and are comparing the C++ and
> Py examples for Qt (like me) to think (???) that to get 3 items one
> needs to use range(4). Of course to anyone who knows Python syntax this
> is meaningless. Still why should we let the user have that difficulty?
> Let's change it to range(3).
> 3)
> In the tutorial #08, in line 39 it should be LCDRange.setRange and not
> LCDRange::setRange since :: is only in C++. This is a nitty-gritty since
> the string is not in syntax but only user visible but still for the sake
> of perfection.

Will be fixed in the next snapshot.


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