David Boddie a écrit :
The porting of the C++ Qt examples to Python has fallen behind since Qt 4.3
so there aren't any simple WebKit examples included with PyQt.
I'm not lucky... :-\



David Boddie a écrit :
The recent Monster Evolution experiments on Qt Labs include a Python version
of a program that integrates with WebKit's JavaScript engine:

http://labs.trolltech.com/blogs/2009/04/07/monster-evolution-in-qt-episode-2-attack-of-the-squirrelfish/

QWebFrame's addToJavaScriptWindowObject() method lets you insert an instance
of a QObject subclass into the page. You can expose methods to JavaScript,
but you have to declare them as slots with the @pyqtSignature() decorator.
The example code can be found here:

http://labs.trolltech.com/gitweb?p=GraphicsDojo;a=blob;f=webmonster/webmonster.py
I'll study it as soon as possible...

Thanks.
Christophe.

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