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QGraphicsView hidden constructors
alogim last edited by alogim
I created a new class inheriting from
QGraphicsViewand since I have to provide the same superclass constructors, I noticed on the docs that there are two of them
QGraphicsView::QGraphicsView(QWidget * parent = 0)and
QGraphicsView::QGraphicsView(QGraphicsScene * scene, QWidget * parent = 0)
However, inside QtCreator, two additionals constructors/functions are shown:
QGraphicsView::QGraphicsView(QGraphicsViewPrivate &, QWidget * parent = 0)and
QGraphicsView::QGraphicsView(const QGraphicsView &)
I can't find any indication about these two methods anywhere. I can't even find anything explaining what a
Are there some kind of private members?
I am using
extra/qt5-base 5.5.1-9 (qt qt5)with
extra/qtcreator 3.6.0-1on Archlinux with kernel
A Former User last edited by
QGraphicsView::QGraphicsView(const QGraphicsView &)is just an ordinary copy constructor. You are not allowed to access it due to the design of QObject, see: No Copy Constructor or Assignment Operator.
QGraphicsViewPrivateis not part of the public API and thus you shouldn't use it. If you really wanted to you it you would have to include the corresponding private headers.
alogim last edited by
@Wieland Thank you, I guessed the first was some kind of copy constructor.
As concerns the second, it was just a curiosity of mine. Thank you :)