DCOP and slots

Thiago Macieira thiago.macieira at kdemail.net
Tue Jan 13 15:25:56 GMT 2004

David Faure wrote:
>Tried putting k_dcop: under public slots: ? Does that work, or does
> moc think slots end there?
>The only other way I can think of is an inline forwarder method
>(but this requires using a different name for the public slot, and for
> the DCOP method).

You can also try by defining the DCOP interface in one class with pure 
virtual members and then inherit that class, while declaring that 
function as a slot.

More or less like this:

class MyClassIface: virtual public DCOPObject
  virtual void something(const QString&) = 0;

class MyClass: public QObject, public MyClassIface
public slots:
  virtual void something(const QString&);

Note: I haven't tested and I have no idea if this works.

PS: wasn't there a recommendation that DCOP interfaces should be used 
instead of exposing the main class?

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