Stefano Crocco wrote in post #962967:
>
> Yes, you need to do that also for arrays, except when they stand for a
> QStringList (and maybe some other specialized class).
>
>> One last question :
>> In the Qt-Ruby declaration of signals and slots, the C++ keywords
>> "const" and "&" are sometimes added, but they aren't added in the code
>> when a slot is "connected" (only the C++ type is mentioned).
>>
>> For example :
>> ...
>> slots 'a_slot(const QString&)'
>> ...
>> connect an_object, SIGNAL('a_signal(QString)'), self,
>> SLOT('a_slot(QString)')
>> ...
>>
>> Must I add those keywords to the declaration or are they optional? When
>> do I know that I have to add them?
>
> No, you don't need them. The only modifier you need is the * for
> pointers. For example,
>
> slots 'my_slot(QObject*)'
>
> would be correct, while
>
> slots 'my_slot(QObject)'
>
> would give you an  error
>
> Stefano

Ok, thanks for all this details!

Back to code, now!

Thank you.

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