kdevelop and qt designer

Bernd Pol bernd.pol at online.de
Fri Sep 5 16:35:14 UTC 2003


The missing members are declared in mywindowbase.h which kdevelop should have 
automatically generated from mywindowbase.ui (actually qt designer does). 
Just include it in mywindow.

Bernd

On Friday 05 September 2003 17:44, williams ray wrote:
> --- Alexey Arzamasov <AArzamasov at kkb.kz> wrote:
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> > On Friday 05 September 2003 09:37, you wrote:
> > > i have kdevelop 2.1.5; is it possible to add
> >
> > directly
> >
> > > to a project a  .ui file generated by qt designer?
> > >
> > > if not directly which step shall i do?
> >
> > here, you can find a great tutorial written by
> > Antonio Larrosa
>
> http://devel-home.kde.org/~larrosa/visualtutorial/index.html
>
>
> thanks the tutorial is great; i've also found this
> one:
> http://home.snafu.de/khz/Mahfouf/generatingthesource.html
>
> that is a bit older (actually i'm not yet using
> gideon).
>
> anyway if i haven't bad understood i shall:
> 1) create a .ui file with qt designer, (let's say a
> myWindowBase) and add the file to my project in
> kdevelop;
>
> 2) create a new class, let's say myWindow that
> inherits from myWindowBase;
>
> but now i see that in myWindow that there are not all
> the members i have in my myWindowBase (for example
> buttons, labels etc.)
>
> i find this not so comfortable..... is there another
> way for doing so?
>
> for example using someway directly the myWindowBase
> class?


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