[PyQt] Bogus setMargin generated by pyuic4
phil at riverbankcomputing.com
Thu Nov 22 17:31:27 GMT 2012
On Tue, 20 Nov 2012 17:56:29 +0100, Saúl Ibarra Corretgé
<saghul at gmail.com>
> Hi all,
> I ran into a problem in which pyuic4 will generate a bogus setMargin
> call and Google is not helping much, I hope someone can shed some light.
> Here is the test ui file:
> It's a simple main window with a QHBoxLayout inside a QWidget. Margins
> are all set to the same value: 5. Now, the generated code contains 2
> calls to setMargin, one for 5 (correct) and another one with 0
> (incorrect) for the layout:
> See lines 28-29.
> By inspecting uiparser.py, in function createLayout, an extra 'margin'
> element is added (~line 433) because the layout is child of a QWidget
> which is not the child of the main window. The code in that function
> checks if there are individual margin elements but looks like fails in
> the case where there is a single 'margin' element, that is, when all
> margins are equal. If at least one margin is different then problem
> doesn't appear.
> Is this a bug in the ui parser or am I doing something wrong here?
Should be fixed in tonight's snapshot.
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