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Rename obsolete tq methods to standard names

tags/r14.0.0
Timothy Pearson 8 years ago
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aa335c4c9f
4 changed files with 23 additions and 23 deletions
  1. +19
    -19
      kdirstat/kdirstatsettings.cpp
  2. +2
    -2
      kdirstat/kfeedback.cpp
  3. +1
    -1
      kdirstat/ktreemaptile.cpp
  4. +1
    -1
      kdirstat/ktreemaptile.h

+ 19
- 19
kdirstat/kdirstatsettings.cpp View File

@@ -51,14 +51,14 @@ KSettingsDialog::KSettingsDialog( KDirStatApp *mainWin )
* initial geometry management. Only then can some generic widget be added
* into this - and I WANT my settings pages to be generic widgets. I want
* them to be self-sufficient - no monolithic mess of widget creation in my
* code, intermixed with all kinds of tqlayout objects.
* code, intermixed with all kinds of layout objects.
*
* The ordinary KDialogBase::addPage() just creates a TQFrame which is too
* dumb for any kind of geometry management - it cannot even handle one
* single child right. So, let's have KDialogBase create something more
* intelligent: A TQVBox (which is derived from TQFrame anyway). This TQVBox
* gets only one child - the KSettingsPage. This KSettingsPage handles its
* own tqlayout.
* own layout.
**/

TQWidget * page;
@@ -166,14 +166,14 @@ KTreeColorsPage::KTreeColorsPage( KSettingsDialog * dialog,
, _treeView( mainWin->treeView() )
, _maxButtons( KDirStatSettingsMaxColorButton )
{
// Outer tqlayout box
// Outer layout box

TQHBoxLayout * outerBox = new TQHBoxLayout( this,
0, // border
dialog->spacingHint() );


// Inner tqlayout box with a column of color buttons
// Inner layout box with a column of color buttons

TQGridLayout *grid = new TQGridLayout( _maxButtons, // rows
_maxButtons + 1, // cols
@@ -284,9 +284,9 @@ KCleanupPage::KCleanupPage( KSettingsDialog * dialog,

_workCleanupCollection = *mainWin->cleanupCollection();

// Create tqlayout and widgets.
// Create layout and widgets.

TQHBoxLayout * tqlayout = new TQHBoxLayout( this,
TQHBoxLayout * layout = new TQHBoxLayout( this,
0, // border
dialog->spacingHint() ); // spacing
_listBox = new KCleanupListBox( this );
@@ -308,11 +308,11 @@ KCleanupPage::KCleanupPage( KSettingsDialog * dialog,
setup();

// Now that _listBox will (hopefully) have determined a reasonable
// default geometry, add the widgets to the tqlayout.
// default geometry, add the widgets to the layout.

tqlayout->addWidget( _listBox, 0 );
tqlayout->addWidget( _props , 1 );
tqlayout->activate();
layout->addWidget( _listBox, 0 );
layout->addWidget( _props , 1 );
layout->activate();
}


@@ -544,7 +544,7 @@ KCleanupPropertiesPage::KCleanupPropertiesPage( TQWidget * parent,
TQVBoxLayout *fieldsBox = new TQVBoxLayout( _fields );


// Grid tqlayout for the edit fields, their labels, some
// Grid layout for the edit fields, their labels, some
// explanatory text and the "recurse?" check box.

TQGridLayout *grid = new TQGridLayout( 7, // rows
@@ -611,7 +611,7 @@ KCleanupPropertiesPage::KCleanupPropertiesPage( TQWidget * parent,
_worksForProtocols->insertItem( i18n( "Network Transparent (ftp, smb, tar, ...)" ) );


// Grid tqlayout for combo boxes at the bottom
// Grid layout for combo boxes at the bottom

grid = new TQGridLayout( 1, // rows
2, // cols
@@ -707,13 +707,13 @@ KGeneralSettingsPage::KGeneralSettingsPage( KSettingsDialog * dialog,
, _treeView( mainWin->treeView() )
{

// Create tqlayout and widgets.
// Create layout and widgets.

TQVBoxLayout * tqlayout = new TQVBoxLayout( this, 5, // border
TQVBoxLayout * layout = new TQVBoxLayout( this, 5, // border
dialog->spacingHint() ); // spacing

TQVGroupBox * gbox = new TQVGroupBox( i18n( "Directory Reading" ), this );
tqlayout->addWidget( gbox );
layout->addWidget( gbox );

_crossFileSystems = new TQCheckBox( i18n( "Cross &File System Boundaries" ), gbox );
_enableLocalDirReader = new TQCheckBox( i18n( "Use Optimized &Local Directory Read Methods" ), gbox );
@@ -721,10 +721,10 @@ KGeneralSettingsPage::KGeneralSettingsPage( KSettingsDialog * dialog,
connect( _enableLocalDirReader, TQT_SIGNAL( stateChanged( int ) ),
this, TQT_SLOT ( checkEnabledState() ) );

tqlayout->addSpacing( 10 );
layout->addSpacing( 10 );

gbox = new TQVGroupBox( i18n( "Animation" ), this );
tqlayout->addWidget( gbox );
layout->addWidget( gbox );

_enableToolBarAnimation = new TQCheckBox( i18n( "P@cM@n Animation in Tool &Bar" ), gbox );
_enableTreeViewAnimation = new TQCheckBox( i18n( "P@cM@n Animation in Directory &Tree" ), gbox );
@@ -800,11 +800,11 @@ KTreemapPage::KTreemapPage( KSettingsDialog * dialog,
{
// kdDebug() << k_funcinfo << endl;

TQVBoxLayout * tqlayout = new TQVBoxLayout( this, 0, 0 ); // parent, border, spacing
TQVBoxLayout * layout = new TQVBoxLayout( this, 0, 0 ); // parent, border, spacing

TQVBox * vbox = new TQVBox( this );
vbox->setSpacing( dialog->spacingHint() );
tqlayout->addWidget( vbox );
layout->addWidget( vbox );

_squarify = new TQCheckBox( i18n( "S&quarify Treemap" ), vbox );
_doCushionShading = new TQCheckBox( i18n( "Use C&ushion Shading" ), vbox );


+ 2
- 2
kdirstat/kfeedback.cpp View File

@@ -34,7 +34,7 @@ KFeedbackDialog::KFeedbackDialog( const TQString & feedbackMailAddress,
| ( helpTopic.isEmpty() ? 0 : (int) Help ), // buttonMask
Apply ) // defaultButton
{
TQVBoxLayout * tqlayout = new TQVBoxLayout( plainPage(), 0, spacingHint() );
TQVBoxLayout * layout = new TQVBoxLayout( plainPage(), 0, spacingHint() );
setButtonApply( KGuiItem( i18n( "&Mail this..." ) ) );

if ( ! helpTopic.isEmpty() )
@@ -43,7 +43,7 @@ KFeedbackDialog::KFeedbackDialog( const TQString & feedbackMailAddress,
_form = new KFeedbackForm( feedbackMailAddress, plainPage() );
CHECK_PTR( _form );

tqlayout->addWidget( _form );
layout->addWidget( _form );
checkSendButton();

connect( this, TQT_SIGNAL( applyClicked() ),


+ 1
- 1
kdirstat/ktreemaptile.cpp View File

@@ -287,7 +287,7 @@ KTreemapTile::layoutRow( const TQRect & rect,
return rect;


// Set up a cushion surface for this tqlayout row:
// Set up a cushion surface for this layout row:
// Add another ridge perpendicular to the row's direction
// that optically groups this row's tiles together.



+ 1
- 1
kdirstat/ktreemaptile.h View File

@@ -214,7 +214,7 @@ namespace KDirStat
*
* This algorithm is not quite so simple and involves more expensive
* operations, e.g., sorting the children of each node by size first,
* try some variations of the tqlayout and maybe backtrack to the
* try some variations of the layout and maybe backtrack to the
* previous attempt. But it results in tiles that are much more
* square-like, i.e. have more reasonable width-to-height ratios. It is
* very much less likely to get thin, elongated tiles that are hard to


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