Please, raise your hand if you'd like...
manyoso at yahoo.com
Thu Mar 10 20:18:03 UTC 2005
On Thursday 10 March 2005 2:11 pm, Alexander Dymo wrote:
> This means we want control over columns in the completion view.
Yah, what you said ;)
> A brief look at Qt4 classes shows that we can implement the features we
> want more easily without having complicated completion interface.
> Qt4 uses model-view architecture therefore we can feed the text editor
> with a model (subclass of QAbstractListModel). This way we will get control
> over columns in completion view and would be able to display icons.
> And also we can pass a delegate to paint completion items (subclass of
> QAbstractItemDelegate). Our delegate will of course know how to paint our
> model. This way we can implement colored syntax highlighting.
> That approach will require only one method:
> *completionModel, QAbstractItemDelegate *completionDelegate);
Wow, cool. Two things though:
1. We'll need a hideCompletion too and it would be nice to have a method to
determine if it is currently visible.
2. This only works for Qt4/KDE4 ... KDevelop4. I was hoping to have this for
our next 3.x release.
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