Now, I didn't expect this to work at all!
A QlistView is a sort of tree widget, and is drag&drop enabled.
The trick is, you have to reimplement dragObject() so it returns a draggable thingie after you drag something.
But, since I am using designer to draw the forms, I have to use a real QListView, not a child class.
Conundrum? Custom widget in designer? Not with python!
- def myDragObject(self):
- return QTextDrag("something",self)
And that works! I know it should work in python, but QListView is implemented in a C++ module!
The guys that did PyQt really made it well.