[Interest] building a light weight tree model
Frank Rueter | OHUfx
frank at ohufx.com
Tue May 2 07:55:35 CEST 2017
Here is a snippet of test code to mimic a light weight tree model.
All it is trying to do is mimic the parenting according to the directory
structure on disk using QStandardItems in a QStandardModel.
It works, but it took me way longer to figure out than I expected, and I
have a feeling some of you may have good advise on how to make it more
I am not using QFileSystemModel as I wanted to keep things as efficient
as possible and also need to add some custom items to the model.
Also, for the Python programmers: in my actual code I am using
scandir.walk() instead of os.walk() for speed.
Any input would be greatly appreciated as I will need to run this over
disks that have massive amounts of files.
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