Thiago Macieira thiago.macieira at kdemail.net
Thu Jan 27 10:21:37 GMT 2005

Waldo Bastian wrote:
>On Wednesday 26 January 2005 19:20, Andras Mantia wrote:
>> I don't know if it's dangerous in this case or not, but unfortunately
>> the current way broke the kdelibs's compilation. Maybe in this case
>> all variants of the method should be reimplemented, even if you want
>> to reimplement only one?
>Yes, they should. It's one of those quirks of C++. Once you re-implement
> one function all it's overloaded brothers and sisters disappear out of
> scope.

You could add the following to your class definition:

	using QTabWidget::insertTab(QWidget *, const QString &, int = -1);
	using QTabWidget::insertTab(QWidget *, QTab *, int = -1);

When I write "could", I mean: it's perfectly valid C++, but you can't use 
it. g++ 2.95 doesn't implement it and, therefore, we can't use the 

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