[PyQt] Problem with QFileSystemWatcher
RUI.NARCISO at airbus.com
Fri Dec 10 09:36:22 GMT 2010
In fact I had already tried that syntax without any success.
Further tests showed that in fact I am able to "watch" a file if it's in the same folder as my application, ie, if the path that I add to the watcher is just the name of the file with no other folder/levels.
As soon as I try to watch a file elsewhere, it simply does nothing ...
Why would this happen ?
De : Baz Walter [mailto:bazwal at ftml.net]
Envoyé : jeudi 9 décembre 2010 17:45
À : NARCISO, Rui
Cc : PyQt mailing list
Objet : Re: [PyQt] Problem with QFileSystemWatcher
On 09/12/10 12:26, NARCISO, Rui wrote:
> Hi all
> I can't seem to be able to make QFileSYstemWatcher work with a file (to see if it's contents change).
> At the end of this mail you'll find a minimum example that doesn't worked.
> I tried several connections with different syntaxes but nothing works.
in your example, you have:
self.filename = '/home/to96665/toto'
if this is a file, you need to use:
SIGNAL("fileChanged(const QString &)")
but if it is a directory, you need to use:
SIGNAL("directoryChanged(const QString &)")
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