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       createcw - custom widget description creater for Qt Designer


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       This  small  application makes it much easier to create custom widget descriptions for the
       Qt Designer. Using them you can use custom widgets in  the  Qt  Designer  including  their
       signals, slots and properties.

       To  do  that  normally  you  would have to enter all that information in the custom widget
       dialog in the Qt Designer for each widget. But this small tool can create  for  you  these
       description  files  for  your  custom widgets which you then can simply import into the Qt
       Designer. So you can use your custom widgets without any additional work in your forms  in
       the Qt Designer then.

       To do that you have to modify the sourcecode (main.cpp) a bit and recompile it afterwards.

       STEP1: Include header files of the widgets for which a description should be created here.
       If  you  have  a   widget   which   is   defined   in   the   file   mycustomwidget.h   in
       /home/joedeveloper/src, write here

       #include "/home/joedeveloper/src/mycustomwidget.h"

       STEP2: Instantiate all widgets for which a description should be created here and add them
       to the list wl. If your custom widget is e.g. called MyCustomWidget you would write here

        Widget w;
        w.w = new MyCustomWidget( 0, 0 );
        w.include = "mycustomwidget.h";
        w.location = "global";
        wl.append( w );

       After that compile the program, link it with your custom widget (library or  object  file)
       and run it like this:

        (unix): ./createcw
        (win32): createcw

       After  that  you  can  import  this  description  file  into  the  Qt  Designer  using the
       Custom-Widget Dialog (See Tools->Custom->Edit Custom Widgets... in the  Qt  Designer)  and
       use these custom widget there in your forms.


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