GDB/MI (Was: Embedded development)
ghost at cs.msu.su
Wed Sep 14 12:14:07 UTC 2005
> On Wednesday 14 September 2005 11:53, Vladimir Prus wrote:
> > Yes, but even if I implement delegates on the view side, I'd much prefer
> > if the (imaginary) ThreadsAndFrameModel class provided a clean way to
> > find out if an item should use this special rendering. Or I should not
> > try to fit everything into QAbstractItemModel and just use
> QAbstractItemModel provides the method data() and the concept of "Role"
> that can help you to solve the problem. You can create a UserRole and
> returns a QVariant (e.g. item-hints of type whatever..). The Delegate can
> query the model and use the `hint' to draw the item.
> > bool isFrameStackContinuation(const QModelIndex& index);
> > For a bit of context: when program goes into infinite recursion, it
> the model provides the support for "fetching more data". It is need for
> things like the SQL model. Please Vladimir, take a look at
> .. and friend
This is rather cool! I'll play with those methods now.
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