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Pretty printers for Qt 5.0.0
GrahamL last edited by
I developed a set of pretty printers for qt 4.8.3 that worked pretty well.
When I come to use them with Qt 5.0.0 they are not working
For example the printer for QVector looks like this
"Print a QVector"
class _iterator: def __init__(self, nodetype, d, p): self.nodetype = nodetype self.d = d self.p = p self.count = 0 def __iter__(self): return self def next(self): if self.count >= self.p['size']: raise StopIteration count = self.count self.count = self.count + 1 return ('[%d]' % count, self.p['array'][count]) def __init__(self, val, container): self.val = val self.container = container self.itype = self.val.type.template_argument(0) def children(self): return self._iterator(self.itype, self.val['d'], self.val['p']) def to_string(self): if self.val['d']['size'] == 0: empty = "empty " else: empty = "" return "%s%s<%s>" % ( empty, self.container, self.itype )
When I try to print the value of a vector it reports that there is no member called 'p'
When I look at the source for QVector it has obviously changed from 4.8.3 but I cannot see how to print the values
Can anyone give me some pointers on this?