KListView breakage in HEAD

Ralf Nolden nolden at kde.org
Tue Jun 17 07:11:18 BST 2003

On Dienstag, 17. Juni 2003 04:23, Chris Lee wrote:

Can this be scheduled with Trolltech please, so the issues get resolved ?



> This seems to be due to a bug in qt-copy.
> QListViewItem has a 'dragEnabled()' function which will return true or
> false on an item-by-item basis. The problem with this is that on a
> clickEvent, Qt will check the currently-selected list item to see if
> it's draggable, and if not, deselect the other selected list items.
> KListView::setDragEnabled doesn't call QLVI::setDragEnabled() on all of
> its items when it's called, leading to the problem.
> This breaks a few things. Notably, dragging of multiple files from Konq,
> dragging of songs in JuK (and Kiwi, too, but that's a different battle
> entirely), etc.
> This bug was (apparently) introduced in Qt 3.1.2. I propose that we
> either fix it in KListView by having KLV::setDragEnabled call
> QLVI::setDragEnabled for its children, or having TrollTech fix
> QListView's clickEvent checks.
> -clee

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