englich at kde.org
Thu May 18 17:13:36 BST 2006
On Thursday 18 May 2006 12:09, Matthias Kretz wrote:
> On Thursday, 18. May 2006 13:09, David Faure wrote:
> > - errors and warnings. I like the idea of an ErrorHandler class that
> > would be derived from in kdeui (maybe as a singleton instanciated by
> > kapplication, which will be in kdeui, and which can be instanciated
> > manually otherwise).
> So we'd create something that is similar to the KMessageBox API (without
> the QWidget and KGuiItem parameter)? A non-GUI application could make use
> of a lot of the KMessageBox functionality as well.
> A sketch of what it could look like:
> class KMessageHandler
> virtual void error( const QString& text, const QString& caption, Options
> options ) = 0;
I would generalize it a bit:
Instead of calling the function error(), I would call it message()(also mimics
the class name). It would also be passed an enum:
Debug = 1,
Informational = 2,
Warning = 4,
Error = 8,
Fatal = 16
I don't know what the Options above was, but perhaps it was something similar.
I would also like such a class to inherit KShared or similar, and spec all
related APIs with smart pointers. Makes life much simpler, imho.
Perhaps of interest: DOM Core level 3 has APIs for things like this.
DOMErrorHandler, DOMError, DOMLocator:
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