[Qt-creator] Add new C++ class wizard
b.terrier at gmail.com
Wed May 4 22:35:26 CEST 2016
Le 4 mai 2016 22:19, "Jason H" <jhihn at gmx.com> a écrit :
> > 2016-05-04 21:02 GMT+02:00 Jason H <jhihn at gmx.com>:
> > >> If I tell it to "Include QObject" and I'm deriving from a "Q"
object, then shouldn't the wizard:
> > >> 1. #include <baseclass> in the .h?
> > >> 2. provide me with a constructor in the form of class(QObject
*parent=0) in the .h
> > >> 3. provide me with a constructor in the form of
derivedclass::derivedclass(QObject *parent): baseclass(parent) in the .cpp
> > >
> > > 4. Copy pure virtual function defs
> > > 5. Maybe virtual function defs too
> > > 6. Check project that class in in qt modules defined in the project,
and if not, offer to add.
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> > I agree that the class wizard could be enhanced.
> > I was used to the previous class wizard and I feel like the new one
> > isn't better.
> > For instance the points 1, 2 and 3 were covered.
> > For points 4 or 5, I would not want them to be automatic. They could
> > be opt-in, but I do not really feel the need
> > as the refactor tool offers a complete wizard for reimplementing
> > virtual functions.
> Thanks, but for 4, you don't have a usable class unless you implement the
pure virtual functions...
The class would be abstract and usable, only not instantiable.
And as some developers may need to create abstract class, you cannot force
to add implementations of abstract functions.
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