[SOLVED] QDesignerCustomWidgetInterface Compiler errors when calling setupUi(this)



  • Hi everyone!

    I have integrated a custom widget within QtDesigner, using the plugin approach. When creating a form which uses this widget, from Designer alone from scratch, and integrate it in my project .pro with

    @FORMS += ../newWidget.ui@

    I get after compilation three errors:

    @error: expected type-specifier before 'newWidget'
    error: cannot convert 'int*' to 'newWidget*' in assignment
    error: expected ';' before 'newWidget'@

    But when using the newWidget from a new project with a generated form, I get no errors. I can't find the reason... Any ideas?

    Thanks in advance



  • Well, I think I haven't explained myself very much... The newWidget I'm talking about is produced from myWidget.h and myWidget.cpp. Both files are located in a folder named customWidget. Then I have a project, myWidgetPlugin, which creates the lib for this widget adding to it the existing files. Until here everything seems all right (libmywidget.so is generated and loaded correctly in QtDesigner).

    Then with QtDesigner I create a form which I saved as newWidget.ui, and one of its widgets is the custom widget I created before. But after I import this .ui to another project is when I get those errors messages, from the generated uic file ui_newWidget.h.

    Thanks!



  • For any one who wants to know: it was something as simple as a naming conflict: the .ui title was the same as the class's... and ui_newWidget confused when calling

    @newWidget = new newWidget(centralWidget);@


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