QT: learning about directory views and models

11/12/09

Permalink 12:35:46 pm, by mholmes, 95 words, 890 views   English (CA)
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QT: learning about directory views and models

Continuing work on my pilot application, I've been trying various methods of getting a directory listing and displaying it with SVG icons representing the files, and checkboxes for selecting items in the list. After some testing with QDir and QListView, it seems that I want QDirModel and QTreeView, with a QAbstractItemView descendant to handle the display of rows. Meanwhile, I'm still struggling with the way C++ (or Qt?) uses pointers for objects. I need to do some methodical programmed study in parallel with my exploratory hacking -- hopefully there'll be time for that before Christmas.

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