josh_usenet at phadd.net
Mon Oct 9 20:17:06 PDT 2006
On Sat, 07 Oct 2006 12:28:42 +0300, Kristian wrote:
> On Sat, 07 Oct 2006 04:38:39 +0300, Hasan Aljudy <hasan.aljudy at gmail.com>
>> ns wrote:
>>> The harmonia wiki does not seem to have much content.
>> oh btw, this is the project's home page, it still has contents.
> Looks promising. :) I like very much the sinking/bubbling event
> dispatching. IMHO, that's the correct order to deliver event messages.
> E.g. when the mouse is clicked, the topmost widget (the application
> object, actually) will get the event message first, and finally the
> bottommost widget.
> For instance, Qt sends the event message directly to the bottommost
> widget. If you like to catch the message, then you have to create an event
> handler and install it for the widget. Not good.
Hi, I'm not familiar with Harmonia, but it sounds like you are implying
some limitations for Qt that are not really there. Have a look at the
docs for QCoreApplication::notify()
and see if you agree.
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