[PySide] search widget

boris at pohlers-web.de boris at pohlers-web.de
Thu Jun 7 10:01:22 CEST 2012

The example uses PyQt, which has QStrings as a datatype, PySide uses normal strings instead.

Christofer Bertonha schrieb am 07.06.12 09:41:

You can crange to a list of strings eg: ['str1', 'str2']
A more pythonic way
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Christofer Bertonha
On Jun 7, 2012 3:28 AM, "Frank Rueter | OHUfx" <frank at ohufx.com> wrote:

Oh cool, would love to see what it does, but QtCore.QStringList() isn't
valid in my version of PySide it would seem.
Is there a quick fix?

Anyway, it's late here, I will have a closer look tomorrow. Thanks heaps
for the example!


On 7/06/12 6:23 PM, simozack wrote:
> 2012/6/7 Frank Rueter | OHUfx<frank at ohufx.com>:
>> quick question for the more experienced:
>> Is there a core widget for text search? I'm after pretty something that
>> looks pretty much like this one (at the top):
>> http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4042/4574583703_f7be03c653.jpg
> Some time ago, I wrote something like that. You can find it here:
> https://bitbucket.org/simozack/pyqtexamples/src/f037651e8406/EvolutionSearch.py
> It uses the completion facility of the qt framework for searching text
> inside a list of value and it has a callback function you can use to
> do something with the value selected, a delay parameter to make the
> callback function more or less responsive.
> It was developed with pyqt, but I think there's no problem to use it
> with pyside.
> HTH,
> Simone
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