[PyQt] QWebEngineUrlRequestInterceptor doesn't work
phil at riverbankcomputing.com
Sat Jul 2 22:59:25 BST 2016
> On 2 Jul 2016, at 2:46 am, redstone-cold <redstone-cold at 163.com> wrote:
> someone says It may be caused by python garbage collection
> P.S. I tried the solution , it worked . but I cannot figure out why, can you explain it ?
setRequestInterceptor() doesn't take ownership of the interceptor and you aren't keeping a reference (either implicit or explicit) to it so it gets garbage collected.
> 在2016年07月02 05时03分, "Florian Bruhin"<me at the-compiler.org>写道:
> * redstone-cold <redstone-cold at 163.com> [2016-06-30 13:16:48 +0800]:
> > In my project, there is some need to get a certain requested URL in Chrome Dev Tools by Python during loading a web page,
> > I think get the URL by Qt WebEngine is a good solution. I started by trying to use the code below to print out all the requested URLs during loading a web page,
> > my code here https://bpaste.net/show/f2b1b67bdf96
> > but it didn't work - no URL get printed at all , so what's wrong here ? Any good solutions ?
> I finally got around to updating to Qt 5.7 and trying this, and it
> doesn't work here either.
> I really can't see why, it seems to me like it should work... did you
> find out anything in the meantime?
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