Christian Szegedy wrote:

> Christian Boos wrote:
>
>> (mainly it is difficult to override constructors and
>> virtual methods).
>
>
>
> Could you give an example on overriding a virtual method in
> Qt2 binding of Ruby. Or some documentation in this regard?
>
> Thanks, Christian
>
>
for exemple, you cannot overload (or implement - whatever is the word) 
the virtual method

    virtual void drawSplitter ( QPainter *, QCOORD x, QCOORD y, QCOORD w, QCOORD h ) 


In fact, if you do it (say write a method like

    def drawSplitter painter, x, y, w, h

        ...

    end

, it does nothing because the C++ implementation calls the C++ method and
*not* the ruby method.

Has someone a clue to overload virtual methods for ruby-Qt3 ?

Regards,

Pierre Brengard