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post Jun 30 2004, 01:19 AM
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Hi all,

The following Python script runs fine on the big box but fails on the Z, saying name 'QSplitter' is not defined:
#!/usr/bin/env python
import sys
from qt import *
split=QSplitter(Qt.Vertical, None)
label1.setText("Test 1")
label2.setText("Test 2")

Further, grep QSplitter `ipkg files python-pyqt` returns nothing - so the class isn't even mentioned in the Zaurus implementation. The Python packages I'm using come from the 3.3.6-pre1 feed.

Given that QSplitter is such a basic piece of UI I'm quite puzzled as to why it is absent. I can work around this limitation for now, fortunately, but someday I may well need a split pane so it's quite discomforting to see it missing. Is it perhaps there and I'm just looking in the wrong place? Has it been deprecated & replaced by something else? Can anyone provide an explanation? Any advice appreciated.

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post Sep 3 2006, 03:19 AM
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I've been trying to teach myself programming in Python/PyQt, and found out that QSplitter was missing from the Qtopia in Zaurus.

However, other applications like Ko/Pi and TreeExplorer Qt use the splitter UI. Is this a custom widget built from scratch? If so, is there some way to bridge this into PyQt? Or am I missing something totally?
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