TargetDirectoryPage Classclass QInstaller::TargetDirectoryPage
The TargetDirectoryPage class specifies the target directory for the installation. More...
|void||setTargetDir(const QString &dirName)|
|virtual void||initializePage() override|
|virtual bool||isComplete() const override|
|virtual bool||validatePage() override|
End users can leave the page to continue the installation only if certain criteria are fulfilled. Some of them are checked in the validatePage() function, some in the targetDirWarning() function:
- No empty path given as target.
- No relative path given as target.
- Only ASCII characters are allowed in the path if the <AllowNonAsciiCharacters> element in the configuration file is set to
- The following ambiguous characters are not allowed in the path: ["~<>|?*!@#$%^&:,;]
- No root or home directory given as target.
- On Windows, path names must be less than 260 characters long.
- No spaces in the path if the <AllowSpaceInPath> element in the configuration file is set to
Member Function Documentation
Constructs a target directory selection page with core as parent.
Initializes the page's fields based on values from fields on previous pages.
Initializes the page.
Reimplements: PackageManagerPage::isComplete() const.
Requests a warning message to be shown to end users upon invalid input. If the input is valid, the Next button is enabled.
true if a valid path to the target directory is set; otherwise returns
Called when end users leave the page and the PackageManagerGui:currentPageChanged() signal is triggered.
void TargetDirectoryPage::setTargetDir(const QString &dirName)
Sets the directory specified by dirName as the target directory for the installation.
See also targetDir().
QString TargetDirectoryPage::targetDir() const
Returns the target directory for the installation.
See also setTargetDir().
true if the target directory exists and has correct content.
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