Updating name for an IDocumentation

Aleix Pol aleixpol at kde.org
Tue Dec 1 22:13:40 UTC 2009

I guess it's fine. you can create a patch and send it to the review board.
We can discuss it there.
IDocumentation is thought to be autocontented. I guess this is just a
problem when you're navigating. Can't you extract the title from the URL?
Otherwise you're forcing the ::name method to have no validity until the
widget is loaded.It's not meant to be unique but having it changeable might
be disappointing.

Or maybe you could create the part when the IDocumentation is created, but
that would be a performance loss...

On Tue, Dec 1, 2009 at 8:44 PM, Milian Wolff <mail at milianw.de> wrote:

> Hey all, esp. Apol:
> Since I  use a KHTML-Part to embed the remote PHP documentation, the user
> can
> freely click on links and the requested document gets loaded. Right now, as
> soon as a link gets clicked, I don't know what to use as name. I just leave
> it
> empty, which also means the lineedit on top stays empty.
> I'd greatly prefer if I could set the name later on (i.e. once I know the
> <title> of the loaded document). Can I add some signal to the
> IDocumentation
> and make the controller listen to it. Didn't look into the code but imo it
> should kinda work out I think. Alternatively some method I can could call
> via
> ICore::self()->documentationController()->... would be OK for me as well,
> whatever you prefer.
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