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addcatalogobject.h
1/*
2 SPDX-FileCopyrightText: 2021 Valentin Boettcher <hiro at protagon.space; @hiro98:tchncs.de>
3
4 SPDX-License-Identifier: GPL-2.0-or-later
5*/
6
7#ifndef ADDCATALOGOBJECT_H
8#define ADDCATALOGOBJECT_H
9
10#include <QDialog>
11#include "catalogobject.h"
12
13namespace Ui
14{
16}
17
18/**
19 * A simple data entry dialog to create and edit objects in
20 * `CatalogDB` catalogs. It takes a `CatalogObject` and mutates it
21 * according to user input.
22 *
23 * After the dialog is closed, the contained can then be retrieved by
24 * calling `get_object`.
25 */
27{
29
30 public:
31 /**
32 * \param parent the parent widget, nullptr allowed
33 * \parame obj the objects to be mutated, default constructed by default
34 */
35 explicit AddCatalogObject(QWidget *parent, const CatalogObject &obj = {});
37
38 /**
39 * Retrieve the edited object.
40 */
41 CatalogObject get_object() { return m_object; }
42
43 private:
44 Ui::AddCatalogObject *ui;
45
46 /** The object to be edited. */
47 CatalogObject m_object;
48
49 /** Fill the form fields with the information from the object. */
50 void fill_form_from_object();
51
52 /** Enable/Disable the `flux` field depending on object type. */
53 void refresh_flux();
54
55 /** Guess the contents of the form by parsing the supplied text. */
56 void guess_form_contents_from_text(QString text);
57
58 private slots:
59 /** Overload of the above that prompts for the text using an input box. */
60 void guess_form_contents_from_text();
61};
62
63#endif // ADDCATALOGOBJECT_H
A simple data entry dialog to create and edit objects in CatalogDB catalogs.
CatalogObject get_object()
Retrieve the edited object.
AddCatalogObject(QWidget *parent, const CatalogObject &obj={})
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Q_OBJECTQ_OBJECT
QObject * parent() const const
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