I have a window and open another window with a button. Then, when the other window is closed I need to update some fields in the first one. Here's what I currently do:
... self.connect(self.actionCustomFactors, SIGNAL("triggered()"), self.OnCustomFactorsTriggered) ... def OnCustomFactorsTriggered(self): self.customWin = CustomWindow(self.factorsFile) self.customWin.show() self.connect(self.customWin, SIGNAL("destroyed()"), self.OnCustomWinClosed) def OnCustomWinClosed(self): self.cbProperty.clear() ...
... self.connect(self.actionQuit, SIGNAL("triggered()"), self.Close) ... def Close(self): self.close() ...
which obviously only works once as the CustomWindow is only closed, not destroyed. If I open it again and then close, the whole thing crashes, I guess due to some object conflicts. What I need to do is to destroy the CustomWindow and update the MainWindow stuff on CustomWindow destruction. How can I do that?
If I replace the close() method and closed() signal for destroy() and destroyed(), the whole thing crashes with access violation errors.
Edited 6 Years Ago by linuxoidoz: n/a