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qlistview.cpp

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** Implementation of QListView widget class
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#include "qlistview.h"
#ifndef QT_NO_LISTVIEW
#include "qtimer.h"
#include "qheader.h"
#include "qpainter.h"
#include "qcursor.h"
#include "qptrstack.h"
#include "qptrlist.h"
#include "qstrlist.h"
#include "qapplication.h"
#include "qbitmap.h"
#include "qdatetime.h"
#include "qptrdict.h"
#include "qptrvector.h"
#include "qiconset.h"
#include "qcleanuphandler.h"
#include "qpixmapcache.h"
#include "qpopupmenu.h"
#include "qtl.h"
#include "qdragobject.h"
#include "qlineedit.h"
#include "qvbox.h"
#include "qtooltip.h"
#include "qstyle.h"
#include "qstylesheet.h"
#include "../kernel/qinternal_p.h"
#if defined(QT_ACCESSIBILITY_SUPPORT)
#include "qaccessible.h"
#endif

const int Unsorted = 16383;

static QCleanupHandler<QBitmap> qlv_cleanup_bitmap;

struct QListViewItemIteratorPrivate
{
    QListViewItemIteratorPrivate( uint f ) : flags( f )
      {
          // nothing yet
      }

    uint flags;
};

static QPtrDict<QListViewItemIteratorPrivate> *qt_iteratorprivate_dict = 0;

struct QListViewPrivate
{
    // classes that are here to avoid polluting the global name space

    // the magical hidden mother of all items
    class Root: public QListViewItem {
    public:
      Root( QListView * parent );

      void setHeight( int );
      void invalidateHeight();
      void setup();
      QListView * theListView() const;

      QListView * lv;
    };

    // for the stack used in drawContentsOffset()
    class Pending {
    public:
      Pending( int level, int ypos, QListViewItem * item)
          : l(level), y(ypos), i(item) {};

      int l; // level of this item; root is -1 or 0
      int y; // level of this item in the tree
      QListViewItem * i; // the item itself
    };

    // to remember what's on screen
    class DrawableItem {
    public:
      DrawableItem( Pending * pi ) { y = pi->y; l = pi->l; i = pi->i; };
      int y;
      int l;
      QListViewItem * i;
    };

    // for sorting
    class SortableItem {
    public:
      /*
        We could be smarter and keep a pointer to the QListView
        item instead of numCols, col and asc. This would then allow
        us to use the physical ordering of columns rather than the
        logical. Microsoft uses the logical ordering, so there is
        some virtue in doing so, although it prevents the user from
        chosing the secondary key.
      */
      QListViewItem * item;
      int numCols;
      int col;
      bool asc;

      int cmp( const SortableItem& i ) const {
          int diff = item->compare( i.item, col, asc );
          if ( diff == 0 && numCols != 1 ) {
            for ( int j = 0; j < numCols; j++ ) {
                if ( j != col ) {
                  diff = item->compare( i.item, j, asc );
                  if ( diff != 0 )
                      break;
                }
            }
          }
          return diff;
      }
      bool operator<( const SortableItem& i ) const { return cmp( i ) < 0; }
      bool operator<=( const SortableItem& i ) const { return cmp( i ) <= 0; }
      bool operator>( const SortableItem& i ) const { return cmp( i ) > 0; }
    };

    class ItemColumnInfo {
    public:
      ItemColumnInfo(): pm( 0 ), next( 0 ), truncated( FALSE ), dirty( FALSE ), allow_rename( FALSE ), width( 0 ) {}
      ~ItemColumnInfo() { delete pm; delete next; }
      QString text, tmpText;
      QPixmap * pm;
      ItemColumnInfo * next;
      uint truncated : 1;
      uint dirty : 1;
      uint allow_rename : 1;
      int width;
    };

    class ViewColumnInfo {
    public:
      ViewColumnInfo(): align(Qt::AlignAuto), sortable(TRUE), next( 0 ) {}
      ~ViewColumnInfo() { delete next; }
      int align;
      bool sortable;
      ViewColumnInfo * next;
    };

    // private variables used in QListView
    ViewColumnInfo * vci;
    QHeader * h;
    Root * r;
    uint rootIsExpandable : 1;
    int margin;

    QListViewItem * focusItem, *highlighted, *oldFocusItem;

    QTimer * timer;
    QTimer * dirtyItemTimer;
    QTimer * visibleTimer;
    int levelWidth;

    // the list of drawables, and the range drawables covers entirely
    // (it may also include a few items above topPixel)
    QPtrList<DrawableItem> * drawables;
    int topPixel;
    int bottomPixel;

    QPtrDict<void> * dirtyItems;

    QListView::SelectionMode selectionMode;

    // Per-column structure for information not in the QHeader
    struct Column {
      QListView::WidthMode wmode;
    };
    QPtrVector<Column> column;

    // suggested height for the items
    int fontMetricsHeight;
    int minLeftBearing, minRightBearing;
    int ellipsisWidth;

    // currently typed prefix for the keyboard interface, and the time
    // of the last key-press
    QString currentPrefix;
    QTime currentPrefixTime;

    // holds a list of iterators
    QPtrList<QListViewItemIterator> *iterators;
    QListViewItem *pressedItem, *selectAnchor;

    QTimer *scrollTimer;
    QTimer *renameTimer;
    QTimer *autoopenTimer;

    // sort column and order   #### may need to move to QHeader [subclass]
    int sortcolumn;
    bool ascending            :1;
    bool sortIndicator        :1;
    // whether to select or deselect during this mouse press.
    bool allColumnsShowFocus  :1;
    bool select               :1;

    // TRUE if the widget should take notice of mouseReleaseEvent
    bool buttonDown           :1;
    // TRUE if the widget should ignore a double-click
    bool ignoreDoubleClick    :1;

    bool clearing       :1;
    bool pressedSelected      :1;
    bool pressedEmptyArea     :1;

    bool useDoubleBuffer      :1;
    bool toolTips       :1;
    bool fullRepaintOnComlumnChange:1;
    bool updateHeader         :1;

    bool startEdit : 1;
    bool ignoreEditAfterFocus : 1;
    bool inMenuMode :1;

    QListView::RenameAction defRenameAction;

    QListViewItem *startDragItem;
    QPoint dragStartPos;
    QListViewToolTip *toolTip;
    int pressedColumn;
    QListView::ResizeMode resizeMode;
};

#ifndef QT_NO_TOOLTIP
class QListViewToolTip : public QToolTip
{
public:
    QListViewToolTip( QWidget *parent, QListView *lv );

    void maybeTip( const QPoint &pos );

private:
    QListView *view;

};

QListViewToolTip::QListViewToolTip( QWidget *parent, QListView *lv )
    : QToolTip( parent ), view( lv )
{
}

void QListViewToolTip::maybeTip( const QPoint &pos )
{
    if ( !parentWidget() || !view || !view->showToolTips() )
      return;

    QListViewItem *item = view->itemAt( pos );
    QPoint contentsPos = view->viewportToContents( pos );
    if ( !item || !item->columns )
      return;
    int col = view->header()->sectionAt( contentsPos.x() );
    QListViewPrivate::ItemColumnInfo *ci = (QListViewPrivate::ItemColumnInfo*)item->columns;
    for ( int i = 0; ci && ( i < col ); ++i )
      ci = ci->next;

    if ( !ci || !ci->truncated )
      return;

    QRect r = view->itemRect( item );
    int headerPos = view->header()->sectionPos( col );
    r.setLeft( headerPos );
    r.setRight( headerPos + view->header()->sectionSize( col ) );
    tip( r, QStyleSheet::escape(item->text( col ) ) );
}
#endif

// these should probably be in QListViewPrivate, for future thread safety
static bool activatedByClick;

// Holds the position of activation. The position is relative to the top left corner in the row minus the root decoration and its branches/depth.
// Used to track the point clicked for CheckBoxes and RadioButtons.
static QPoint activatedP;

#if defined(QT_ACCESSIBILITY_SUPPORT)
static int indexOfItem( QListViewItem *item )
{
    if ( !QAccessible::isActive() )
      return 0;

    static QListViewItem *lastItem = 0;
    static int lastIndex = 0;

    if ( !item || !item->listView() )
      return 0;

    if ( item == lastItem )
      return lastIndex;

    lastItem = item;
    int index = 1;

    QListViewItemIterator it( item->listView() );
    while ( it.current() ) {
      if ( it.current() == item ) {
          lastIndex = index;
          return index;
      }
      ++it;
      ++index;
    }
    lastIndex = 0;
    return 0;
}
#endif

/*!
  \internal
  Creates a string with ... like "Trollte..." or "...olltech" depending on the alignment
*/

static QString qEllipsisText( const QString &org, const QFontMetrics &fm, int width, int align )
{
    int ellWidth = fm.width( "..." );
    QString text = QString::fromLatin1("");
    int i = 0;
    int len = org.length();
    int offset = (align & Qt::AlignRight) ? (len-1) - i : i;
    while ( i < len && fm.width( text + org[ offset ] ) + ellWidth < width ) {
      if ( align & Qt::AlignRight )
          text.prepend( org[ offset ] );
      else
          text += org[ offset ];
      offset = (align & Qt::AlignRight) ? (len-1) - ++i : ++i;
    }
    if ( text.isEmpty() )
      text = ( align & Qt::AlignRight ) ? org.right( 1 ) : text = org.left( 1 );
    if ( align & Qt::AlignRight )
      text.prepend( "..." );
    else
      text += "...";
    return text;
}

/*!
    \class QListViewItem
    \brief The QListViewItem class implements a list view item.

    \ingroup advanced

    A list view item is a multi-column object capable of displaying
    itself in a QListView.

    The easiest way to use QListViewItem is to construct one with a
    few constant strings, and either a QListView or another
    QListViewItem as parent.
    \code
      (void) new QListViewItem( listView, "Column 1", "Column 2" );
      (void) new QListViewItem( listView->firstChild(), "A", "B", "C" );
    \endcode
    We've discarded the pointers to the items since we can still access
    them via their parent \e listView. By default, QListView sorts its
    items; this can be switched off with QListView::setSorting(-1).

    The parent must be another QListViewItem or a QListView. If the
    parent is a QListView, the item becomes a top-level item within
    that QListView. If the parent is another QListViewItem, the item
    becomes a child of that list view item.

    If you keep the pointer, you can set or change the texts using
    setText(), add pixmaps using setPixmap(), change its mode using
    setSelectable(), setSelected(), setOpen() and setExpandable().
    You'll also be able to change its height using setHeight(), and
    traverse its sub-items. You don't have to keep the pointer since
    you can get a pointer to any QListViewItem in a QListView using
    QListView::selectedItem(), QListView::currentItem(),
    QListView::firstChild(), QListView::lastItem() and
    QListView::findItem().

    If you call \c delete on a list view item, it will be deleted as
    expected, and as usual for \l{QObject}s, if it has any child items
    (to any depth), all these will be deleted too.

    \l{QCheckListItem}s are list view items that have a checkbox or
    radio button and can be used in place of plain QListViewItems.

    You can traverse the tree as if it were a doubly-linked list using
    itemAbove() and itemBelow(); they return pointers to the items
    directly above and below this item on the screen (even if none of
    them are actually visible at the moment).

    Here's how to traverse all of an item's children (but not its
    children's children, etc.):
    Example:
    \code
      QListViewItem * myChild = myItem->firstChild();
      while( myChild ) {
          doSomething( myChild );
          myChild = myChild->nextSibling();
      }
    \endcode

    If you want to iterate over every item, to any level of depth use
    an iterator. To iterate over the entire tree, initialize the
    iterator with the list view itself; to iterate starting from a
    particular item, initialize the iterator with the item:

    \code
      QListViewItemIterator it( listview );
      while ( it.current() ) {
          QListViewItem *item = it.current();
          doSomething( item );
          ++it;
      }
    \endcode

    Note that the order of the children will change when the sorting
    order changes and is undefined if the items are not visible. You
    can, however, call enforceSortOrder() at any time; QListView will
    always call it before it needs to show an item.

    Many programs will need to reimplement QListViewItem. The most
    commonly reimplemented functions are:
    \table
    \header \i Function \i Description
    \row \i \l text()
       \i Returns the text in a column. Many subclasses will compute
          this on the fly.
    \row \i \l key()
       \i Used for sorting. The default key() simply calls
          text(), but judicious use of key() can give you fine
          control over sorting; for example, QFileDialog
          reimplements key() to sort by date.
    \row \i \l setup()
       \i Called before showing the item and whenever the list
          view's font changes, for example.
    \row \i \l activate()
       \i Called whenever the user clicks on the item or presses
          Space when the item is the current item.
    \endtable

    Some subclasses call setExpandable(TRUE) even when they have no
    children, and populate themselves when setup() or setOpen(TRUE) is
    called. The \c dirview/dirview.cpp example program uses this
    technique to start up quickly: The files and subdirectories in a
    directory aren't inserted into the tree until they're actually
    needed.

    \img qlistviewitems.png List View Items

    \sa QCheckListItem QListView
*/

/*!
    \fn int QCheckListItem::rtti() const

    Returns 1.

    Make your derived classes return their own values for rtti(), and
    you can distinguish between list view items. You should use values
    greater than 1000, to allow for extensions to this class.
*/

/*!
    Constructs a new top-level list view item in the QListView \a
    parent.
*/

00494 QListViewItem::QListViewItem( QListView * parent )
{
    init();
    parent->insertItem( this );
}


/*!
    Constructs a new list view item that is a child of \a parent and
    first in the parent's list of children.
*/

00506 QListViewItem::QListViewItem( QListViewItem * parent )
{
    init();
    parent->insertItem( this );
}




/*!
    Constructs an empty list view item that is a child of \a parent
    and is after item \a after in the parent's list of children. Since
    \a parent is a QListView the item will be a top-level item.
*/

00521 QListViewItem::QListViewItem( QListView * parent, QListViewItem * after )
{
    init();
    parent->insertItem( this );
    moveToJustAfter( after );
}


/*!
    Constructs an empty list view item that is a child of \a parent
    and is after item \a after in the parent's list of children.
*/

00534 QListViewItem::QListViewItem( QListViewItem * parent, QListViewItem * after )
{
    init();
    parent->insertItem( this );
    moveToJustAfter( after );
}



/*!
    Constructs a new top-level list view item in the QListView \a
    parent, with up to eight constant strings, \a label1, \a label2, \a
    label3, \a label4, \a label5, \a label6, \a label7 and \a label8
    defining its columns' contents.

    \sa setText()
*/

00552 QListViewItem::QListViewItem( QListView * parent,
                        QString label1,
                        QString label2,
                        QString label3,
                        QString label4,
                        QString label5,
                        QString label6,
                        QString label7,
                        QString label8 )
{
    init();
    parent->insertItem( this );

    setText( 0, label1 );
    setText( 1, label2 );
    setText( 2, label3 );
    setText( 3, label4 );
    setText( 4, label5 );
    setText( 5, label6 );
    setText( 6, label7 );
    setText( 7, label8 );
}


/*!
    Constructs a new list view item as a child of the QListViewItem \a
    parent with up to eight constant strings, \a label1, \a label2, \a
    label3, \a label4, \a label5, \a label6, \a label7 and \a label8
    as columns' contents.

    \sa setText()
*/

00585 QListViewItem::QListViewItem( QListViewItem * parent,
                        QString label1,
                        QString label2,
                        QString label3,
                        QString label4,
                        QString label5,
                        QString label6,
                        QString label7,
                        QString label8 )
{
    init();
    parent->insertItem( this );

    setText( 0, label1 );
    setText( 1, label2 );
    setText( 2, label3 );
    setText( 3, label4 );
    setText( 4, label5 );
    setText( 5, label6 );
    setText( 6, label7 );
    setText( 7, label8 );
}

/*!
    Constructs a new list view item in the QListView \a parent that is
    included after item \a after and that has up to eight column
    texts, \a label1, \a label2, \a label3, \a label4, \a label5, \a
    label6, \a label7 and\a label8.

    Note that the order is changed according to QListViewItem::key()
    unless the list view's sorting is disabled using
    QListView::setSorting(-1).

    \sa setText()
*/

00621 QListViewItem::QListViewItem( QListView * parent, QListViewItem * after,
                        QString label1,
                        QString label2,
                        QString label3,
                        QString label4,
                        QString label5,
                        QString label6,
                        QString label7,
                        QString label8 )
{
    init();
    parent->insertItem( this );
    moveToJustAfter( after );

    setText( 0, label1 );
    setText( 1, label2 );
    setText( 2, label3 );
    setText( 3, label4 );
    setText( 4, label5 );
    setText( 5, label6 );
    setText( 6, label7 );
    setText( 7, label8 );
}


/*!
    Constructs a new list view item as a child of the QListViewItem \a
    parent. It is inserted after item \a after and may contain up to
    eight strings, \a label1, \a label2, \a label3, \a label4, \a
    label5, \a label6, \a label7 and \a label8 as column entries.

    Note that the order is changed according to QListViewItem::key()
    unless the list view's sorting is disabled using
    QListView::setSorting(-1).

    \sa setText()
*/

00659 QListViewItem::QListViewItem( QListViewItem * parent, QListViewItem * after,
                        QString label1,
                        QString label2,
                        QString label3,
                        QString label4,
                        QString label5,
                        QString label6,
                        QString label7,
                        QString label8 )
{
    init();
    parent->insertItem( this );
    moveToJustAfter( after );

    setText( 0, label1 );
    setText( 1, label2 );
    setText( 2, label3 );
    setText( 3, label4 );
    setText( 4, label5 );
    setText( 5, label6 );
    setText( 6, label7 );
    setText( 7, label8 );
}

/*!
    Sorts all this item's child items using the current sorting
    configuration (sort column and direction).

    \sa enforceSortOrder()
*/

00690 void QListViewItem::sort()
{
    if ( !listView() )
       return;
    lsc = Unsorted;
    enforceSortOrder();
    listView()->triggerUpdate();
}

int QListViewItem::RTTI = 0;

/*!
    Returns 0.

    Make your derived classes return their own values for rtti(), so
    that you can distinguish between different kinds of list view
    items. You should use values greater than 1000 to allow for
    extensions to this class.
*/

00710 int QListViewItem::rtti() const
{
    return RTTI;
}

/*
    Performs the initializations that's common to the constructors.
*/

void QListViewItem::init()
{
    ownHeight = 0;
    maybeTotalHeight = -1;
    open = FALSE;

    nChildren = 0;
    parentItem = 0;
    siblingItem = childItem = 0;

    columns = 0;

    selected = 0;

    lsc = Unsorted;
    lso = TRUE; // unsorted in ascending order :)
    configured = FALSE;
    expandable = FALSE;
    selectable = TRUE;
    is_root = FALSE;
    allow_drag = FALSE;
    allow_drop = FALSE;
    visible = TRUE;
    renameBox = 0;
    enabled = TRUE;
    mlenabled = FALSE;
}

/*!
    If \a b is TRUE, the item is made visible; otherwise it is hidden.

    If the item is not visible, itemAbove() and itemBelow() will never
    return this item, although you still can reach it by using e.g.
    QListViewItemIterator.
*/

00755 void QListViewItem::setVisible( bool b )
{
    if ( b == (bool)visible )
      return;
    QListView *lv = listView();
    if ( !lv )
      return;
    if ( b && parent() && !parent()->isVisible() )
      return;
    visible = b;
    configured = FALSE;
    setHeight( 0 );
    invalidateHeight();
    if ( parent() )
      parent()->invalidateHeight();
    else
      lv->d->r->invalidateHeight();
    for ( QListViewItem *i = childItem; i; i = i->siblingItem )
      i->setVisible( b );
    if ( lv )
      lv->triggerUpdate();
}

/*!
    Returns TRUE if the item is visible; otherwise returns FALSE.

    \sa setVisible()
*/

00784 bool QListViewItem::isVisible() const
{
    return (bool)visible;
}

/*!
    If \a b is TRUE, this item can be in-place renamed in the column
    \a col by the user; otherwise it cannot be renamed in-place.
*/

00794 void QListViewItem::setRenameEnabled( int col, bool b )
{
    QListViewPrivate::ItemColumnInfo * l = (QListViewPrivate::ItemColumnInfo*)columns;
    if ( !l ) {
      l = new QListViewPrivate::ItemColumnInfo;
      columns = (void*)l;
    }
    for( int c = 0; c < col; c++ ) {
      if ( !l->next )
          l->next = new QListViewPrivate::ItemColumnInfo;
      l = l->next;
    }

    if ( !l )
      return;
    l->allow_rename = b;
}

/*!
    Returns TRUE if this item can be in-place renamed in column \a
    col; otherwise returns FALSE.
*/

00817 bool QListViewItem::renameEnabled( int col ) const
{
    QListViewPrivate::ItemColumnInfo * l = (QListViewPrivate::ItemColumnInfo*)columns;
    if ( !l )
      return FALSE;

    while( col && l ) {
      l = l->next;
      col--;
    }

    if ( !l )
      return FALSE;
    return (bool)l->allow_rename;
}

/*!
    If \a b is TRUE the item is enabled; otherwise it is disabled.
    Disabled items are drawn differently (e.g. grayed-out) and are not
    accessible by the user.
*/

00839 void QListViewItem::setEnabled( bool b )
{
    if ( (bool)enabled == b )
      return;
    enabled = b;
    if ( !enabled )
      selected = FALSE;
    QListView *lv = listView();
    if ( lv ) {
      lv->triggerUpdate();
#if defined(QT_ACCESSIBILITY_SUPPORT)
    QAccessible::updateAccessibility( lv->viewport(), indexOfItem( this ), QAccessible::StateChanged );
#endif
    }
}

/*!
    Returns TRUE if this item is enabled; otherwise returns FALSE.

    \sa setEnabled()
*/

00861 bool QListViewItem::isEnabled() const
{
    return (bool)enabled;
}

/*!
    If in-place renaming of this item is enabled (see
    renameEnabled()), this function starts renaming the item in column
    \a col, by creating and initializing an edit box.
*/

00872 void QListViewItem::startRename( int col )
{
    if ( !renameEnabled( col ) )
      return;
    if ( renameBox )
      cancelRename( col );
    QListView *lv = listView();
    if ( !lv )
      return;

    if ( lv->d->renameTimer )
      lv->d->renameTimer->stop();

    lv->ensureItemVisible( this );

    if ( lv->d->timer->isActive() ) {
      // make sure that pending calculations get finished
      lv->d->timer->stop();
      lv->updateContents();
    }

    if ( lv->currentItem() && lv->currentItem()->renameBox ) {
      if ( lv->d->defRenameAction == QListView::Reject )
          lv->currentItem()->cancelRename( lv->currentItem()->renameCol );
      else
          lv->currentItem()->okRename( lv->currentItem()->renameCol );
    }

    if ( this != lv->currentItem() )
      lv->setCurrentItem( this );

    QRect r = lv->itemRect( this );
    r = QRect( lv->viewportToContents( r.topLeft() ), r.size() );
    r.setLeft( lv->header()->sectionPos( col ) );
    r.setWidth(QMIN(lv->header()->sectionSize(col) - 1,
                    lv->contentsX() + lv->visibleWidth() - r.left()));
    if ( col == 0 )
      r.setLeft( r.left() + lv->itemMargin() + ( depth() + ( lv->rootIsDecorated() ? 1 : 0 ) ) * lv->treeStepSize() - 1 );
    if ( pixmap( col ) )
      r.setLeft( r.left() + pixmap( col )->width() );
    if ( r.x() - lv->contentsX() < 0 ) {
      lv->scrollBy( r.x() - lv->contentsX(), 0 );
      r.setX( lv->contentsX() );
    } else if ( ( lv->contentsX() + lv->visibleWidth() ) < ( r.x() + r.width() ) ) {
      lv->scrollBy( ( r.x() + r.width() ) - ( lv->contentsX() + lv->visibleWidth() ), 0 );
    }
    if ( r.width() > lv->visibleWidth() )
      r.setWidth( lv->visibleWidth() );
    renameBox = new QLineEdit( lv->viewport(), "qt_renamebox" );
    renameBox->setFrameStyle( QFrame::Box | QFrame::Plain );
    renameBox->setLineWidth( 1 );
    renameBox->setText( text( col ) );
    renameBox->selectAll();
    renameBox->installEventFilter( lv );
    lv->addChild( renameBox, r.x(), r.y() );
    renameBox->resize( r.size() );
    lv->viewport()->setFocusProxy( renameBox );
    renameBox->setFocus();
    renameBox->show();
    renameCol = col;
}

/*!
    This function removes the rename box.
*/

00938 void QListViewItem::removeRenameBox()
{
    // Sanity, it should be checked by the functions calling this first anyway
    QListView *lv = listView();
    if ( !lv || !renameBox )
      return;
    const bool resetFocus = lv->viewport()->focusProxy() == renameBox;
    const bool renameBoxHadFocus = renameBox->hasFocus();
    delete renameBox;
    renameBox = 0;
    if ( resetFocus )
      lv->viewport()->setFocusProxy( lv );
    if (renameBoxHadFocus)
      lv->setFocus();
}

/*!
    This function is called if the user presses Enter during in-place
    renaming of the item in column \a col.

    \sa cancelRename()
*/

00961 void QListViewItem::okRename( int col )
{
    QListView *lv = listView();
    if ( !lv || !renameBox )
      return;
    setText( col, renameBox->text() );
    removeRenameBox();

    // we set the parent lsc to Unsorted if that column is the sorted one
    if ( parent() && (int)parent()->lsc == col )
      parent()->lsc = Unsorted;

    emit lv->itemRenamed( this, col );
    emit lv->itemRenamed( this, col, text( col ) );
}

/*!
    This function is called if the user cancels in-place renaming of
    this item in column \a col (e.g. by pressing Esc).

    \sa okRename()
*/

00984 void QListViewItem::cancelRename( int )
{
    QListView *lv = listView();
    if ( !lv || !renameBox )
      return;
    removeRenameBox();
}

/*!
    Destroys the item, deleting all its children and freeing up all
    allocated resources.
*/

00997 QListViewItem::~QListViewItem()
{
    if ( renameBox ) {
      delete renameBox;
      renameBox = 0;
    }

    QListView *lv = listView();

    if ( lv ) {
      if ( lv->d->oldFocusItem == this )
          lv->d->oldFocusItem = 0;
      if ( lv->d->iterators ) {
          QListViewItemIterator *i = lv->d->iterators->first();
          while ( i ) {
            if ( i->current() == this )
                i->currentRemoved();
            i = lv->d->iterators->next();
          }
      }
    }

    if ( parentItem )
      parentItem->takeItem( this );
    QListViewItem * i = childItem;
    childItem = 0;
    while ( i ) {
      i->parentItem = 0;
      QListViewItem * n = i->siblingItem;
      delete i;
      i = n;
    }
    delete (QListViewPrivate::ItemColumnInfo *)columns;
}


/*!
    If \a b is TRUE each of the item's columns may contain multiple
    lines of text; otherwise each of them may only contain a single
    line.
*/

01039 void QListViewItem::setMultiLinesEnabled( bool b )
{
    mlenabled = b;
}

/*!
    Returns TRUE if the item can display multiple lines of text in its
    columns; otherwise returns FALSE.
*/

01049 bool QListViewItem::multiLinesEnabled() const
{
    return mlenabled;
}

/*!
    If \a allow is TRUE, the list view starts a drag (see
    QListView::dragObject()) when the user presses and moves the mouse
    on this item.
*/


01061 void QListViewItem::setDragEnabled( bool allow )
{
    allow_drag = (uint)allow;
}

/*!
    If \a allow is TRUE, the list view accepts drops onto the item;
    otherwise drops are not allowed.
*/

01071 void QListViewItem::setDropEnabled( bool allow )
{
    allow_drop = (uint)allow;
}

/*!
    Returns TRUE if this item can be dragged; otherwise returns FALSE.

    \sa setDragEnabled()
*/

01082 bool QListViewItem::dragEnabled() const
{
    return (bool)allow_drag;
}

/*!
    Returns TRUE if this item accepts drops; otherwise returns FALSE.

    \sa setDropEnabled(), acceptDrop()
*/

01093 bool QListViewItem::dropEnabled() const
{
    return (bool)allow_drop;
}

/*!
    Returns TRUE if the item can accept drops of type QMimeSource \a
    mime; otherwise returns FALSE.

    The default implementation does nothing and returns FALSE. A
    subclass must reimplement this to accept drops.
*/

01106 bool QListViewItem::acceptDrop( const QMimeSource * ) const
{
    return FALSE;
}

#ifndef QT_NO_DRAGANDDROP

/*!
    This function is called when something was dropped on the item. \a e
    contains all the information about the drop.

    The default implementation does nothing, subclasses may need to
    reimplement this function.
*/

01121 void QListViewItem::dropped( QDropEvent *e )
{
    Q_UNUSED( e );
}

#endif

/*!
    This function is called when a drag enters the item's bounding
    rectangle.

    The default implementation does nothing, subclasses may need to
    reimplement this function.
*/

01136 void QListViewItem::dragEntered()
{
}

/*!
    This function is called when a drag leaves the item's bounding
    rectangle.

    The default implementation does nothing, subclasses may need to
    reimplement this function.
*/

01148 void QListViewItem::dragLeft()
{
}

/*!
    Inserts \a newChild into this list view item's list of children.
    You should not need to call this function; it is called
    automatically by the constructor of \a newChild.

    \warning If you are using \c Single selection mode, then you
    should only insert unselected items.
*/

01161 void QListViewItem::insertItem( QListViewItem * newChild )
{
    QListView *lv = listView();
    if ( lv && lv->currentItem() && lv->currentItem()->renameBox ) {
      if ( lv->d->defRenameAction == QListView::Reject )
          lv->currentItem()->cancelRename( lv->currentItem()->renameCol );
      else
          lv->currentItem()->okRename( lv->currentItem()->renameCol );
    }

    if ( !newChild || newChild->parentItem == this )
      return;
    if ( newChild->parentItem )
      newChild->parentItem->takeItem( newChild );
    if ( open )
      invalidateHeight();
    newChild->siblingItem = childItem;
    childItem = newChild;
    nChildren++;
    newChild->parentItem = this;
    lsc = Unsorted;
    newChild->ownHeight = 0;
    newChild->configured = FALSE;

    if ( lv && !lv->d->focusItem ) {
      lv->d->focusItem = lv->firstChild();
      lv->d->selectAnchor = lv->d->focusItem;
      lv->repaintItem( lv->d->focusItem );
    }
}


/*!
  \fn void QListViewItem::removeItem( QListViewItem * )
  \obsolete

  This function has been renamed takeItem().
*/


/*!
    Removes \a item from this object's list of children and causes an
    update of the screen display. The item is not deleted. You should
    not normally need to call this function because
    QListViewItem::~QListViewItem() calls it.

    The normal way to delete an item is to use \c delete.

    If you need to move an item from one place in the hierarchy to
    another you can use takeItem() to remove the item from the list
    view and then insertItem() to put the item back in its new
    position.

    If a taken item is part of a selection in \c Single selection
    mode, it is unselected and selectionChanged() is emitted. If a
    taken item is part of a selection in \c Multi or \c Extended
    selection mode, it remains selected.

    \warning This function leaves \a item and its children in a state
    where most member functions are unsafe. Only a few functions work
    correctly on an item in this state, most notably insertItem(). The
    functions that work on taken items are explicitly documented as
    such.

    \sa QListViewItem::insertItem()
*/

01228 void QListViewItem::takeItem( QListViewItem * item )
{
    if ( !item )
      return;

    QListView *lv = listView();
    if ( lv && lv->currentItem() && lv->currentItem()->renameBox ) {
      if ( lv->d->defRenameAction == QListView::Reject )
          lv->currentItem()->cancelRename( lv->currentItem()->renameCol );
      else
          lv->currentItem()->okRename( lv->currentItem()->renameCol );
    }
    bool emit_changed = FALSE;
    if ( lv && !lv->d->clearing ) {
      if ( lv->d->oldFocusItem == this )
          lv->d->oldFocusItem = 0;

      if ( lv->d->iterators ) {
          QListViewItemIterator *i = lv->d->iterators->first();
          while ( i ) {
            if ( i->current() == item )
                i->currentRemoved();
            i = lv->d->iterators->next();
          }
      }

      invalidateHeight();

      if ( lv->d && lv->d->drawables ) {
          delete lv->d->drawables;
          lv->d->drawables = 0;
      }

      if ( lv->d->dirtyItems ) {
          if ( item->childItem ) {
            delete lv->d->dirtyItems;
            lv->d->dirtyItems = 0;
            lv->d->dirtyItemTimer->stop();
            lv->triggerUpdate();
          } else {
            lv->d->dirtyItems->take( (void *)item );
          }
      }

      if ( lv->d->focusItem ) {
          const QListViewItem * c = lv->d->focusItem;
          while( c && c != item )
            c = c->parentItem;
          if ( c == item ) {
            if ( lv->selectedItem() ) {
                // for Single, setSelected( FALSE ) when selectedItem() is taken
                lv->selectedItem()->setSelected( FALSE );
                // we don't emit selectionChanged( 0 )
                emit lv->selectionChanged();
            }
            if ( item->nextSibling() )
                lv->d->focusItem = item->nextSibling();
            else if ( item->itemAbove() )
                lv->d->focusItem = item->itemAbove();
            else
                lv->d->focusItem = 0;
            emit_changed = TRUE;
          }
      }

        // reset anchors etc. if they are set to this or any child
        // items
        const QListViewItem *ptr = lv->d->selectAnchor;
        while (ptr && ptr != item)
            ptr = ptr->parentItem;
      if (ptr == item)
          lv->d->selectAnchor = lv->d->focusItem;

        ptr = lv->d->startDragItem;
        while (ptr && ptr != item)
            ptr = ptr->parentItem;
      if (ptr == item)
          lv->d->startDragItem = 0;

        ptr = lv->d->pressedItem;
        while (ptr && ptr != item)
            ptr = ptr->parentItem;
      if (ptr == item)
          lv->d->pressedItem = 0;

        ptr = lv->d->highlighted;
        while (ptr && ptr != item)
            ptr = ptr->parentItem;
      if (ptr == item)
          lv->d->highlighted = 0;
    }

    nChildren--;

    QListViewItem ** nextChild = &childItem;
    while( nextChild && *nextChild && item != *nextChild )
      nextChild = &((*nextChild)->siblingItem);

    if ( nextChild && item == *nextChild )
      *nextChild = (*nextChild)->siblingItem;
    item->parentItem = 0;
    item->siblingItem = 0;
    item->ownHeight = 0;
    item->maybeTotalHeight = -1;
    item->configured = FALSE;

    if ( emit_changed ) {
      emit lv->currentChanged( lv->d->focusItem );
#if defined(QT_ACCESSIBILITY_SUPPORT)
      QAccessible::updateAccessibility( lv->viewport(), 0, QAccessible::Focus );
#endif
    }
}


/*!
    \fn QString QListViewItem::key( int column, bool ascending ) const

    Returns a key that can be used for sorting by column \a column.
    The default implementation returns text(). Derived classes may
    also incorporate the order indicated by \a ascending into this
    key, although this is not recommended.

    If you want to sort on non-alphabetical data, e.g. dates, numbers,
    etc., it is more efficient to reimplement compare().

    \sa compare(), sortChildItems()
*/

01357 QString QListViewItem::key( int column, bool ) const
{
    return text( column );
}


/*!
    Compares this list view item to \a i using the column \a col in \a
    ascending order. Returns < 0 if this item is less than \a i, 0 if
    they are equal and > 0 if this item is greater than \a i.

    This function is used for sorting.

    The default implementation compares the item keys (key()) using
    QString::localeAwareCompare(). A reimplementation can use
    different values and a different comparison function. Here is a
    reimplementation that uses plain Unicode comparison:

    \code
    int MyListViewItem::compare( QListViewItem *i, int col,
                         bool ascending ) const
    {
      return key( col, ascending ).compare( i->key( col, ascending) );
    }
    \endcode
    We don't recommend using \a ascending so your code can safely
    ignore it.

    \sa key() QString::localeAwareCompare() QString::compare()
*/

01388 int QListViewItem::compare( QListViewItem *i, int col, bool ascending ) const
{
    return key( col, ascending ).localeAwareCompare( i->key( col, ascending ) );
}

/*!
    Sorts this item's children using column \a column. This is done in
    ascending order if \a ascending is TRUE and in descending order if
    \a ascending is FALSE.

    Asks some of the children to sort their children. (QListView and
    QListViewItem ensure that all on-screen objects are properly
    sorted but may avoid or defer sorting other objects in order to be
    more responsive.)

    \sa key() compare()
*/

01406 void QListViewItem::sortChildItems( int column, bool ascending )
{
    // we try HARD not to sort.  if we're already sorted, don't.
    if ( column == (int)lsc && ascending == (bool)lso )
      return;

    if ( column < 0 )
      return;

    lsc = column;
    lso = ascending;

    const int nColumns = ( listView() ? listView()->columns() : 0 );

    // only sort if the item have more than one child.
    if ( column > nColumns || childItem == 0 || (childItem->siblingItem == 0 && childItem->childItem == 0))
      return;

    // make an array for qHeapSort()
    QListViewPrivate::SortableItem * siblings
      = new QListViewPrivate::SortableItem[nChildren];
    QListViewItem * s = childItem;
    int i = 0;
    while ( s && i < nChildren ) {
      siblings[i].numCols = nColumns;
      siblings[i].col = column;
      siblings[i].asc = ascending;
      siblings[i].item = s;
      s = s->siblingItem;
      i++;
    }

    // and sort it.
    qHeapSort( siblings, siblings + nChildren );

    // build the linked list of siblings, in the appropriate
    // direction, and finally set this->childItem to the new top
    // child.
    if ( ascending ) {
      for( i = 0; i < nChildren - 1; i++ )
          siblings[i].item->siblingItem = siblings[i+1].item;
      siblings[nChildren-1].item->siblingItem = 0;
      childItem = siblings[0].item;
    } else {
      for( i = nChildren - 1; i > 0; i-- )
          siblings[i].item->siblingItem = siblings[i-1].item;
      siblings[0].item->siblingItem = 0;
      childItem = siblings[nChildren-1].item;
    }
    for ( i = 0; i < nChildren; i++ ) {
      if ( siblings[i].item->isOpen() )
          siblings[i].item->sort();
    }
    delete[] siblings;
}


/*!
    Sets this item's height to \a height pixels. This implicitly
    changes totalHeight(), too.

    Note that a font change causes this height to be overwritten
    unless you reimplement setup().

    For best results in Windows style we suggest using an even number
    of pixels.

    \sa height() totalHeight() isOpen();
*/

01476 void QListViewItem::setHeight( int height )
{
    if ( ownHeight != height ) {
      if ( visible )
          ownHeight = height;
      else
          ownHeight = 0;
      invalidateHeight();
    }
}


/*!
    Invalidates the cached total height of this item, including all
    open children.

    \sa setHeight() height() totalHeight()
*/

01495 void QListViewItem::invalidateHeight()
{
    if ( maybeTotalHeight < 0 )
      return;
    maybeTotalHeight = -1;
    if ( parentItem && parentItem->isOpen() )
      parentItem->invalidateHeight();
}


/*!
    Opens or closes an item, i.e. shows or hides an item's children.

    If \a o is TRUE all child items are shown initially. The user can
    hide them by clicking the <b>-</b> icon to the left of the item.
    If \a o is FALSE, the children of this item are initially hidden.
    The user can show them by clicking the <b>+</b> icon to the left
    of the item.

    \sa height() totalHeight() isOpen()
*/

01517 void QListViewItem::setOpen( bool o )
{
    if ( o == (bool)open || !enabled )
      return;
    open = o;

    // If no children to show simply emit signals and return
    if ( !nChildren ) {
        QListView *lv = listView();
      if ( lv && this != lv->d->r ) {
          if ( o )
            emit lv->expanded( this );
          else
            emit lv->collapsed( this );
#if defined(QT_ACCESSIBILITY_SUPPORT)
          QAccessible::updateAccessibility( lv->viewport(), indexOfItem( this ), QAccessible::StateChanged );
#endif
      }
      return;
    }
    invalidateHeight();

    if ( !configured ) {
      QListViewItem * l = this;
      QPtrStack<QListViewItem> s;
      while( l ) {
          if ( l->open && l->childItem ) {
            s.push( l->childItem );
          } else if ( l->childItem ) {
            // first invisible child is unconfigured
            QListViewItem * c = l->childItem;
            while( c ) {
                c->configured = FALSE;
                c = c->siblingItem;
            }
          }
          l->configured = TRUE;
          l->setup();
          l = (l == this) ? 0 : l->siblingItem;
          if ( !l && !s.isEmpty() )
            l = s.pop();
      }
    }

    QListView *lv = listView();

    if ( open && lv)
      enforceSortOrder();

    if ( isVisible() && lv && lv->d && lv->d->drawables ) {
      lv->d->drawables->clear();
      lv->buildDrawableList();
    }

    if ( lv && this != lv->d->r ) {
      if ( o )
          emit lv->expanded( this );
      else
          emit lv->collapsed( this );
#if defined(QT_ACCESSIBILITY_SUPPORT)
      QAccessible::updateAccessibility( lv->viewport(), indexOfItem( this ), QAccessible::StateChanged );
#endif
    }
}


/*!
    This virtual function is called before the first time QListView
    needs to know the height or any other graphical attribute of this
    object, and whenever the font, GUI style, or colors of the list
    view change.

    The default calls widthChanged() and sets the item's height to the
    height of a single line of text in the list view's font. (If you
    use icons, multi-line text, etc., you will probably need to call
    setHeight() yourself or reimplement it.)
*/

01595 void QListViewItem::setup()
{
    widthChanged();
    QListView *lv = listView();

    int ph = 0;
    int h = 0;
    if ( lv ) {
      for ( uint i = 0; i < lv->d->column.size(); ++i ) {
          if ( pixmap( i ) )
            ph = QMAX( ph, pixmap( i )->height() );
      }

      if ( mlenabled ) {
          h = ph;
          for ( int c = 0; c < lv->columns(); ++c ) {
            int lines = text( c ).contains( QChar('\n') ) + 1;
            int tmph = lv->d->fontMetricsHeight
                     + lv->fontMetrics().lineSpacing() * ( lines - 1 );
            h = QMAX( h, tmph );
          }
          h += 2*lv->itemMargin();
      } else {
          h = QMAX( lv->d->fontMetricsHeight, ph ) + 2*lv->itemMargin();
      }
    }

    h = QMAX( h, QApplication::globalStrut().height());

    if ( h % 2 > 0 )
      h++;
    setHeight( h );
}




/*!
    This virtual function is called whenever the user presses the mouse
    on this item or presses Space on it.

    \sa activatedPos()
*/

01639 void QListViewItem::activate()
{
}


/*!
    When called from a reimplementation of activate(), this function
    gives information on how the item was activated. Otherwise the
    behavior is undefined.

    If activate() was caused by a mouse press, the function sets \a
    pos to where the user clicked and returns TRUE; otherwise it
    returns FALSE and does not change \a pos.

    \a pos is relative to the top-left corner of this item.

    \warning We recommend that you ignore this function; it is
    scheduled to become obsolete.

    \sa activate()
*/

01661 bool QListViewItem::activatedPos( QPoint &pos )
{
    if ( activatedByClick )
      pos = activatedP;
    return activatedByClick;
}


/*!
    \fn bool QListViewItem::isSelectable() const

    Returns TRUE if the item is selectable (as it is by default);
    otherwise returns FALSE

    \sa setSelectable()
*/


/*!
    Sets this items to be selectable if \a enable is TRUE (the
    default) or not to be selectable if \a enable is FALSE.

    The user is not able to select a non-selectable item using either
    the keyboard or the mouse. The application programmer still can
    though, e.g. using setSelected().

    \sa isSelectable()
*/

01690 void QListViewItem::setSelectable( bool enable )
{
    selectable = enable;
}


/*!
    \fn bool QListViewItem::isExpandable() const

    Returns TRUE if this item is expandable even when it has no
    children; otherwise returns FALSE.
*/

/*!
    Sets this item to be expandable even if it has no children if \a
    enable is TRUE, and to be expandable only if it has children if \a
    enable is FALSE (the default).

    The dirview example uses this in the canonical fashion. It checks
    whether the directory is empty in setup() and calls
    setExpandable(TRUE) if not; in setOpen() it reads the contents of
    the directory and inserts items accordingly. This strategy means
    that dirview can display the entire file system without reading
    very much at startup.

    Note that root items are not expandable by the user unless
    QListView::setRootIsDecorated() is set to TRUE.

    \sa setSelectable()
*/

01721 void QListViewItem::setExpandable( bool enable )
{
    expandable = enable;
}


/*!
    Makes sure that this object's children are sorted appropriately.

    This only works if every item from the root item down to this item
    is already sorted.

    \sa sortChildItems()
*/

01736 void QListViewItem::enforceSortOrder() const
{
    QListView *lv = listView();
    if ( !lv || lv && (lv->d->clearing || lv->d->sortcolumn == Unsorted) )
      return;
    if ( parentItem &&
       (parentItem->lsc != lsc || parentItem->lso != lso) )
      ((QListViewItem *)this)->sortChildItems( (int)parentItem->lsc,
                                     (bool)parentItem->lso );
    else if ( !parentItem &&
            ( (int)lsc != lv->d->sortcolumn || (bool)lso != lv->d->ascending ) )
      ((QListViewItem *)this)->sortChildItems( lv->d->sortcolumn, lv->d->ascending );
}


/*!
    \fn bool QListViewItem::isSelected() const

    Returns TRUE if this item is selected; otherwise returns FALSE.

    \sa setSelected() QListView::setSelected() QListView::selectionChanged()
*/


/*!
    If \a s is TRUE this item is selected; otherwise it is deselected.

    This function does not maintain any invariants or repaint anything
    -- QListView::setSelected() does that.

    \sa height() totalHeight()
*/

01769 void QListViewItem::setSelected( bool s )
{
    bool old = selected;

    QListView *lv = listView();
    if ( lv && lv->selectionMode() != QListView::NoSelection) {
      if ( s && isSelectable() )
          selected = TRUE;
      else
          selected = FALSE;

#if defined(QT_ACCESSIBILITY_SUPPORT)
      if ( old != (bool)selected ) {
          int ind = indexOfItem( this );
          QAccessible::updateAccessibility( lv->viewport(), ind, QAccessible::StateChanged );
          QAccessible::updateAccessibility( lv->viewport(), ind, selected ? QAccessible::SelectionAdd : QAccessible::SelectionRemove );
      }
#else
      Q_UNUSED( old );
#endif
    }
}

/*!
    Returns the total height of this object, including any visible
    children. This height is recomputed lazily and cached for as long
    as possible.

    Functions which can affect the total height are, setHeight() which
    is used to set an item's height, setOpen() to show or hide an
    item's children, and invalidateHeight() to invalidate the cached
    height.

    \sa height()
*/

01805 int QListViewItem::totalHeight() const
{
    if ( !visible )
      return 0;
    if ( maybeTotalHeight >= 0 )
      return maybeTotalHeight;
    QListViewItem * that = (QListViewItem *)this;
    if ( !that->configured ) {
      that->configured = TRUE;
      that->setup(); // ### virtual non-const function called in const
    }
    that->maybeTotalHeight = that->ownHeight;

    if ( !that->isOpen() || !that->childCount() )
      return that->ownHeight;

    QListViewItem * child = that->childItem;
    while ( child != 0 ) {
      that->maybeTotalHeight += child->totalHeight();
      child = child->siblingItem;
    }
    return that->maybeTotalHeight;
}


/*!
    Returns the text in column \a column, or QString::null if there is
    no text in that column.

    \sa key() paintCell()
*/

01837 QString QListViewItem::text( int column ) const
{
    QListViewPrivate::ItemColumnInfo * l
      = (QListViewPrivate::ItemColumnInfo*) columns;

    while( column && l ) {
      l = l->next;
      column--;
    }

    return l ? l->text : QString::null;
}


/*!
    Sets the text in column \a column to \a text, if \a column is a
    valid column number and \a text is different from the existing
    text.

    If \a text() has been reimplemented, this function may be a no-op.

    \sa text() key()
*/

01861 void QListViewItem::setText( int column, const QString &text )
{
    if ( column < 0 )
      return;

    QListViewPrivate::ItemColumnInfo * l
      = (QListViewPrivate::ItemColumnInfo*) columns;
    if ( !l ) {
      l = new QListViewPrivate::ItemColumnInfo;
      columns = (void*)l;
    }
    for( int c = 0; c < column; c++ ) {
      if ( !l->next )
          l->next = new QListViewPrivate::ItemColumnInfo;
      l = l->next;
    }
    if ( l->text == text )
      return;

    int oldLc = 0;
    int newLc = 0;
    if ( mlenabled ) {
      if ( !l->text.isEmpty() )
          oldLc = l->text.contains( QChar( '\n' ) ) + 1;
      if ( !text.isEmpty() )
          newLc = text.contains( QChar( '\n' ) ) + 1;
    }

    l->dirty = TRUE;
    l->text = text;
    if ( column == (int)lsc )
      lsc = Unsorted;

    if ( mlenabled && oldLc != newLc )
      setup();
    else
      widthChanged( column );

    QListView * lv = listView();
    if ( lv ) {
      lv->d->useDoubleBuffer = TRUE;
      lv->triggerUpdate();
#if defined(QT_ACCESSIBILITY_SUPPORT)
      if ( lv->isVisible() )
          QAccessible::updateAccessibility( lv->viewport(), indexOfItem(this), QAccessible::NameChanged );
#endif
    }
}


/*!
    Sets the pixmap in column \a column to \a pm, if \a pm is non-null
    and different from the current pixmap, and if \a column is
    non-negative.

    \sa pixmap() setText()
*/

01919 void QListViewItem::setPixmap( int column, const QPixmap & pm )
{
    if ( column < 0 )
      return;

    int oldW = 0;
    int oldH = 0;
    if ( pixmap( column ) ) {
      oldW = pixmap( column )->width();
      oldH = pixmap( column )->height();
    }

    QListViewPrivate::ItemColumnInfo * l
      = (QListViewPrivate::ItemColumnInfo*) columns;
    if ( !l ) {
      l = new QListViewPrivate::ItemColumnInfo;
      columns = (void*)l;
    }

    for( int c = 0; c < column; c++ ) {
      if ( !l->next )
          l->next = new QListViewPrivate::ItemColumnInfo;
      l = l->next;
    }

    if ( ( pm.isNull() && ( !l->pm || l->pm->isNull() ) ) ||
       ( l->pm && pm.serialNumber() == l->pm->serialNumber() ) )
      return;

    if ( pm.isNull() ) {
      delete l->pm;
      l->pm = 0;
    } else {
      if ( l->pm )
          *(l->pm) = pm;
      else
          l->pm = new QPixmap( pm );
    }

    int newW = 0;
    int newH = 0;
    if ( pixmap( column ) ) {
      newW = pixmap( column )->width();
      newH = pixmap( column )->height();
    }

    if ( oldW != newW || oldH != newH ) {
      setup();
      widthChanged( column );
      invalidateHeight();
    }
    QListView *lv = listView();
    if ( lv ) {
      lv->d->useDoubleBuffer = TRUE;
      lv->triggerUpdate();
    }
}


/*!
    Returns the pixmap for \a column, or 0 if there is no pixmap for
    \a column.

    \sa setText() setPixmap()
*/

01985 const QPixmap * QListViewItem::pixmap( int column ) const
{
    QListViewPrivate::ItemColumnInfo * l
    = (QListViewPrivate::ItemColumnInfo*) columns;

    while( column && l ) {
      l = l->next;
      column--;
    }

    return (l && l->pm) ? l->pm : 0;
}


/*!
    This virtual function paints the contents of one column of an item
    and aligns it as described by \a align.

    \a p is a QPainter open on the relevant paint device. \a p is
    translated so (0, 0) is the top-left pixel in the cell and \a
    width-1, height()-1 is the bottom-right pixel \e in the cell. The
    other properties of \a p (pen, brush, etc) are undefined. \a cg is
    the color group to use. \a column is the logical column number
    within the item that is to be painted; 0 is the column which may
    contain a tree.

    This function may use QListView::itemMargin() for readability
    spacing on the left and right sides of data such as text, and
    should honor isSelected() and QListView::allColumnsShowFocus().

    If you reimplement this function, you should also reimplement
    width().

    The rectangle to be painted is in an undefined state when this
    function is called, so you \e must draw on all the pixels. The
    painter \a p has the right font on entry.

    \sa paintBranches(), QListView::drawContentsOffset()
*/

02025 void QListViewItem::paintCell( QPainter * p, const QColorGroup & cg,
                         int column, int width, int align )
{
    // Change width() if you change this.

    if ( !p )
      return;

    QListView *lv = listView();
    if ( !lv )
      return;
    QFontMetrics fm( p->fontMetrics() );

    // had, but we _need_ the column info for the ellipsis thingy!!!
    if ( !columns ) {
      for ( uint i = 0; i < lv->d->column.size(); ++i ) {
          setText( i, text( i ) );
      }
    }

    QString t = text( column );

    if ( columns ) {
      QListViewPrivate::ItemColumnInfo *ci = 0;
      // try until we have a column info....
      while ( !ci ) {
          ci = (QListViewPrivate::ItemColumnInfo*)columns;
          for ( int i = 0; ci && (i < column); ++i )
            ci = ci->next;

          if ( !ci ) {
            setText( column, t );
            ci = 0;
          }
      }

      // if the column width changed and this item was not painted since this change
      if ( ci && ( ci->width != width || ci->text != t || ci->dirty ) ) {
          ci->text = t;
          ci->dirty = FALSE;
          ci->width = width;
          ci->truncated = FALSE;
          // if we have to do the ellipsis thingy calc the truncated text
          int pw = lv->itemMargin()*2 - lv->d->minLeftBearing - lv->d->minRightBearing;
          pw += pixmap( column ) ? pixmap( column )->width() + lv->itemMargin() : 0;
          if ( !mlenabled && fm.width( t ) + pw > width ) {
            // take care of arabic shaping in width calculation (lars)
            ci->truncated = TRUE;
            ci->tmpText = qEllipsisText( t, fm, width - pw, align );
          } else if ( mlenabled && fm.width( t ) + pw > width ) {
#ifndef QT_NO_STRINGLIST
            QStringList list = QStringList::split( QChar('\n'), t, TRUE );
            for ( QStringList::Iterator it = list.begin(); it != list.end(); ++it ) {
                QString z = *it;
                if ( fm.width( z ) + pw > width ) {
                  ci->truncated = TRUE;
                  *it = qEllipsisText( z, fm, width - pw, align );
                }
            }

            if ( ci->truncated )
                ci->tmpText = list.join( QString("\n") );
#endif
          }
      }

      // if we have to draw the ellipsis thingy, use the truncated text
      if ( ci && ci->truncated )
          t = ci->tmpText;
    }

    int marg = lv->itemMargin();
    int r = marg;
    const QPixmap * icon = pixmap( column );

    const BackgroundMode bgmode = lv->viewport()->backgroundMode();
    const QColorGroup::ColorRole crole = QPalette::backgroundRoleFromMode( bgmode );
    if ( cg.brush( crole ) != lv->colorGroup().brush( crole ) )
      p->fillRect( 0, 0, width, height(), cg.brush( crole ) );
    else
      lv->paintEmptyArea( p, QRect( 0, 0, width, height() ) );


    // (lars) what does this do???
#if 0 // RS: ####
    if ( align != AlignLeft )
      marg -= lv->d->minRightBearing;
#endif
    if ( isSelected() &&
       (column == 0 || lv->allColumnsShowFocus()) ) {
      p->fillRect( r - marg, 0, width - r + marg, height(),
                 cg.brush( QColorGroup::Highlight ) );
      if ( enabled || !lv )
          p->setPen( cg.highlightedText() );
      else if ( !enabled && lv)
          p->setPen( lv->palette().disabled().highlightedText() );
    } else {
      if ( enabled || !lv )
          p->setPen( cg.text() );
      else if ( !enabled && lv)
          p->setPen( lv->palette().disabled().text() );
    }


#if 0
    bool reverse = QApplication::reverseLayout();
#else
    bool reverse = FALSE;
#endif
    int iconWidth = 0;

    if ( icon ) {
        iconWidth = icon->width() + lv->itemMargin();
      int xo = r;
      // we default to AlignVCenter.
      int yo = ( height() - icon->height() ) / 2;

      // I guess we may as well always respect vertical alignment.
        if ( align & AlignBottom )
          yo = height() - icon->height();
      else if ( align & AlignTop )
          yo = 0;

      // respect horizontal alignment when there is no text for an item.
      if ( text(column).isEmpty() ) {
          if ( align & AlignRight )
            xo = width - 2 * marg - iconWidth;
          else if ( align & AlignHCenter )
            xo = ( width - iconWidth ) / 2;
      }
      if ( reverse )
            xo = width - 2 * marg - iconWidth;
      p->drawPixmap( xo, yo, *icon );
    }

    if ( !t.isEmpty() ) {
      if ( !mlenabled ) {
          if ( !(align & AlignTop || align & AlignBottom) )
            align |= AlignVCenter;
      } else {
          if ( !(align & AlignVCenter || align & AlignBottom) )
            align |= AlignTop;
      }
      if ( !reverse )
          r += iconWidth;

      if ( !mlenabled ) {
          p->drawText( r, 0, width-marg-r, height(), align, t );
      } else {
          p->drawText( r, marg, width-marg-r, height(), align, t );
      }
    }

    if ( mlenabled && column == 0 && isOpen() && childCount() ) {
      int textheight = fm.size( align, t ).height() + 2 * lv->itemMargin();
      textheight = QMAX( textheight, QApplication::globalStrut().height() );
      if ( textheight % 2 > 0 )
          textheight++;
      if ( textheight < height() ) {
          int w = lv->treeStepSize() / 2;
          lv->style().drawComplexControl( QStyle::CC_ListView, p, lv,
                                  QRect( 0, textheight, w + 1, height() - textheight + 1 ), cg,
                                  lv->isEnabled() ? QStyle::Style_Enabled : QStyle::Style_Default,
                                  QStyle::SC_ListViewExpand,
                                  (uint)QStyle::SC_All, QStyleOption( this ) );
      }
    }
}

/*!
    Returns the number of pixels of width required to draw column \a c
    of list view \a lv, using the metrics \a fm without cropping. The
    list view containing this item may use this information depending
    on the QListView::WidthMode settings for the column.

    The default implementation returns the width of the bounding
    rectangle of the text of column \a c.

    \sa listView() widthChanged() QListView::setColumnWidthMode()
    QListView::itemMargin()
*/
02206 int QListViewItem::width( const QFontMetrics& fm,
                    const QListView* lv, int c ) const
{
    int w;
    if ( mlenabled )
      w = fm.size( AlignVCenter, text( c ) ).width() + lv->itemMargin() * 2
          - lv->d->minLeftBearing - lv->d->minRightBearing;
    else
      w = fm.width( text( c ) ) + lv->itemMargin() * 2
          - lv->d->minLeftBearing - lv->d->minRightBearing;
    const QPixmap * pm = pixmap( c );
    if ( pm )
      w += pm->width() + lv->itemMargin(); // ### correct margin stuff?
    return QMAX( w, QApplication::globalStrut().width() );
}


/*!
    Paints a focus indicator on the rectangle \a r using painter \a p
    and colors \a cg.

    \a p is already clipped.

    \sa paintCell() paintBranches() QListView::setAllColumnsShowFocus()
*/

02232 void QListViewItem::paintFocus( QPainter *p, const QColorGroup &cg,
                        const QRect & r )
{
    QListView *lv = listView();
    if ( lv )
      lv->style().drawPrimitive( QStyle::PE_FocusRect, p, r, cg,
                           (isSelected() ?
                            QStyle::Style_FocusAtBorder :
                            QStyle::Style_Default),
                           QStyleOption(isSelected() ? cg.highlight() : cg.base() ));
}


/*!
    Paints a set of branches from this item to (some of) its children.

    Painter \a p is set up with clipping and translation so that you
    can only draw in the rectangle that needs redrawing; \a cg is the
    color group to use; the update rectangle is at (0, 0) and has size
    width \a w by height \a h. The top of the rectangle you own is at
    \a y (which is never greater than 0 but can be outside the window
    system's allowed coordinate range).

    The update rectangle is in an undefined state when this function
    is called; this function must draw on \e all of the pixels.

    \sa paintCell(), QListView::drawContentsOffset()
*/

02261 void QListViewItem::paintBranches( QPainter * p, const QColorGroup & cg,
                           int w, int y, int h )
{
    QListView *lv = listView();
    if ( lv )
      lv->paintEmptyArea( p, QRect( 0, 0, w, h ) );
    if ( !visible || !lv )
      return;
    lv->style().drawComplexControl( QStyle::CC_ListView, p, lv,
                            QRect( 0, y, w, h ),
                            cg,
                            lv->isEnabled() ? QStyle::Style_Enabled :
                            QStyle::Style_Default,
                            (QStyle::SC_ListViewBranch |
                             QStyle::SC_ListViewExpand),
                            QStyle::SC_None, QStyleOption(this) );
}


QListViewPrivate::Root::Root( QListView * parent )
    : QListViewItem( parent )
{
    lv = parent;
    setHeight( 0 );
    setOpen( TRUE );
}


void QListViewPrivate::Root::setHeight( int )
{
    QListViewItem::setHeight( 0 );
}


void QListViewPrivate::Root::invalidateHeight()
{
    QListViewItem::invalidateHeight();
    lv->triggerUpdate();
}


QListView * QListViewPrivate::Root::theListView() const
{
    return lv;
}


void QListViewPrivate::Root::setup()
{
    // explicitly nothing
}



/*!
\internal
If called after a mouse click, tells the list view to ignore a
following double click. This state is reset after the next mouse click.
*/

02321 void QListViewItem::ignoreDoubleClick()
{
    QListView *lv = listView();
    if ( lv )
      lv->d->ignoreDoubleClick = TRUE;
}



/*!
    \fn void  QListView::onItem( QListViewItem *i )

    This signal is emitted when the user moves the mouse cursor onto
    item \a i, similar to the QWidget::enterEvent() function.
*/

// ### bug here too? see qiconview.cppp onItem/onViewport

/*!
    \fn void  QListView::onViewport()

    This signal is emitted when the user moves the mouse cursor from
    an item to an empty part of the list view.
*/

/*!
    \enum QListView::SelectionMode

    This enumerated type is used by QListView to indicate how it
    reacts to selection by the user.

    \value Single  When the user selects an item, any already-selected
    item becomes unselected. The user can unselect the selected
    item by clicking on some empty space within the view.

    \value Multi  When the user selects an item in the usual way, the
    selection status of that item is toggled and the other items are
    left alone. Also, multiple items can be selected by dragging the
    mouse while the left mouse button stays pressed.

    \value Extended When the user selects an item in the usual way,
    the selection is cleared and the new item selected. However, if
    the user presses the Ctrl key when clicking on an item, the
    clicked item gets toggled and all other items are left untouched.
    And if the user presses the Shift key while clicking on an item,
    all items between the current item and the clicked item get
    selected or unselected, depending on the state of the clicked
    item. Also, multiple items can be selected by dragging the mouse
    over them.

    \value NoSelection  Items cannot be selected.

    In other words, \c Single is a real single-selection list view, \c
    Multi a real multi-selection list view, \c Extended is a list view
    where users can select multiple items but usually want to select
    either just one or a range of contiguous items, and \c NoSelection
    is a list view where the user can look but not touch.
*/

/*!
    \enum QListView::ResizeMode

    This enum describes how the list view's header adjusts to resize
    events which affect the width of the list view.

    \value NoColumn The columns do not get resized in resize events.

    \value AllColumns All columns are resized equally to fit the width
    of the list view.

    \value LastColumn The last column is resized to fit the width of
    the list view.
*/

/*!
    \enum QListView::RenameAction

    This enum describes whether a rename operation is accepted if the
    rename editor loses focus without the user pressing Enter.

    \value Accept Rename if Enter is pressed or focus is lost.

    \value Reject Discard the rename operation if focus is lost (and
    Enter has not been pressed).
*/

/*!
    \class QListView
    \brief The QListView class implements a list/tree view.

    \ingroup advanced
    \mainclass

    It can display and control a hierarchy of multi-column items, and
    provides the ability to add new items at any time. The user may
    select one or many items (depending on the \c SelectionMode) and
    sort the list in increasing or decreasing order by any column.

    The simplest pattern of use is to create a QListView, add some
    column headers using addColumn() and create one or more
    QListViewItem or QCheckListItem objects with the QListView as
    parent:

    \quotefile xml/tagreader-with-features/structureparser.h
    \skipto QListView * table
    \printline
    \quotefile xml/tagreader-with-features/structureparser.cpp
    \skipto addColumn
    \printline addColumn
    \printline
    \skipto new QListViewItem( table
    \printline

    Further nodes can be added to the list view object (the root of the
    tree) or as child nodes to QListViewItems:

    \skipto for ( int i = 0 ; i < attributes.length();
    \printuntil }

    (From \link xml/tagreader-with-features/structureparser.cpp
    xml/tagreader-with-features/structureparser.cpp\endlink)

    The main setup functions are:
    \table
    \header \i Function \i Action
    \row \i \l addColumn()
       \i Adds a column with a text label and perhaps width. Columns
          are counted from the left starting with column 0.
    \row \i \l setColumnWidthMode()
       \i Sets the column to be resized automatically or not.
    \row \i \l setAllColumnsShowFocus()
       \i Sets whether items should show keyboard focus using all
          columns or just column 0. The default is to show focus
          just using column 0.
    \row \i \l setRootIsDecorated()
       \i Sets whether root items should show open/close decoration to their left.
          The default is FALSE.
    \row \i \l setTreeStepSize()
       \i Sets how many pixels an item's children are indented
          relative to their parent. The default is 20. This is
          mostly a matter of taste.
    \row \i \l setSorting()
       \i Sets whether the items should be sorted, whether it should
          be in ascending or descending order, and by what column
          they should be sorted. By default the list view is sorted
          by the first column; to switch this off call setSorting(-1).
    \endtable

    To handle events such as mouse presses on the list view, derived
    classes can reimplement the QScrollView functions:
    \link QScrollView::contentsMousePressEvent() contentsMousePressEvent\endlink,
    \link QScrollView::contentsMouseReleaseEvent() contentsMouseReleaseEvent\endlink,
    \link QScrollView::contentsMouseDoubleClickEvent() contentsMouseDoubleClickEvent\endlink,
    \link QScrollView::contentsMouseMoveEvent() contentsMouseMoveEvent\endlink,
    \link QScrollView::contentsDragEnterEvent() contentsDragEnterEvent\endlink,
    \link QScrollView::contentsDragMoveEvent() contentsDragMoveEvent\endlink,
    \link QScrollView::contentsDragLeaveEvent() contentsDragLeaveEvent\endlink,
    \link QScrollView::contentsDropEvent() contentsDropEvent\endlink, and
    \link QScrollView::contentsWheelEvent() contentsWheelEvent\endlink.

    There are also several functions for mapping between items and
    coordinates. itemAt() returns the item at a position on-screen,
    itemRect() returns the rectangle an item occupies on the screen,
    and itemPos() returns the position of any item (whether it is
    on-screen or not). firstChild() returns the list view's first item
    (not necessarily visible on-screen).

    You can iterate over visible items using
    QListViewItem::itemBelow(); over a list view's top-level items
    using QListViewItem::firstChild() and
    QListViewItem::nextSibling(); or every item using a
    QListViewItemIterator. See
    the QListViewItem documentation for examples of traversal.

    An item can be moved amongst its siblings using
    QListViewItem::moveItem(). To move an item in the hierarchy use
    takeItem() and insertItem(). Item's (and all their child items)
    are deleted with \c delete; to delete all the list view's items
    use clear().

    There are a variety of selection modes described in the
    QListView::SelectionMode documentation. The default is \c Single
    selection, which you can change using setSelectionMode().

    Because QListView offers multiple selection it must display
    keyboard focus and selection state separately. Therefore there are
    functions both to set the selection state of an item
    (setSelected()) and to set which item displays keyboard focus
    (setCurrentItem()).

    QListView emits two groups of signals; one group signals changes
    in selection/focus state and one indicates selection. The first
    group consists of selectionChanged() (applicable to all list
    views), selectionChanged(QListViewItem*) (applicable only to a
    \c Single selection list view), and currentChanged(QListViewItem*).
    The second group consists of doubleClicked(QListViewItem*),
    returnPressed(QListViewItem*),
    rightButtonClicked(QListViewItem*, const QPoint&, int), etc.

    Note that changing the state of the list view in a slot connected
    to a list view signal may cause unexpected side effects. If you
    need to change the list view's state in response to a signal, use
    a \link QTimer::singleShot() single shot timer\endlink with a
    time out of 0, and connect this timer to a slot that modifies the
    list view's state.

    In Motif style, QListView deviates fairly strongly from the look
    and feel of the Motif hierarchical tree view. This is done mostly
    to provide a usable keyboard interface and to make the list view
    look better with a white background.

    If selectionMode() is \c Single (the default) the user can select
    one item at a time, e.g. by clicking an item with the mouse, see
    \l QListView::SelectionMode for details.

    The list view can be navigated either using the mouse or the
    keyboard. Clicking a <b>-</b> icon closes an item (hides its
    children) and clicking a <b>+</b> icon opens an item (shows its
    children). The keyboard controls are these:
    \table
    \header \i Keypress \i Action
    \row \i Home
       \i Make the first item current and visible.
    \row \i End
       \i Make the last item current and visible.
    \row \i Page Up
       \i Make the item above the top visible item current and visible.
    \row \i Page Down
       \i Make the item below the bottom visible item current and visible.
    \row \i Up Arrow
       \i Make the item above the current item current and visible.
    \row \i Down Arrow
       \i Make the item below the current item current and visible.
    \row \i Left Arrow
       \i If the current item is closed (<b>+</b> icon) or has no
          children, make its parent item current and visible. If the
          current item is open (<b>-</b> icon) close it, i.e. hide its
          children. Exception: if the current item is the first item
          and is closed and the horizontal scrollbar is offset to
          the right the list view will be scrolled left.
    \row \i Right Arrow
       \i If the current item is closed (<b>+</b> icon) and has
          children, the item is opened. If the current item is
          opened (<b>-</b> icon) and has children the item's first
          child is made current and visible. If the current item has
          no children the list view is scrolled right.
    \endtable

    If the user starts typing letters with the focus in the list view
    an incremental search will occur. For example if the user types
    'd' the current item will change to the first item that begins
    with the letter 'd'; if they then type 'a', the current item will
    change to the first item that begins with 'da', and so on. If no
    item begins with the letters they type the current item doesn't
    change.

    \warning The list view assumes ownership of all list view items
    and will delete them when it does not need them any more.

    <img src=qlistview-m.png> <img src=qlistview-w.png>

    \sa QListViewItem QCheckListItem
*/

/*!
    \fn void QListView::itemRenamed( QListViewItem * item, int col )

    \overload

    This signal is emitted when \a item has been renamed, e.g. by
    in-place renaming, in column \a col.

    \sa QListViewItem::setRenameEnabled()
*/

/*!
    \fn void QListView::itemRenamed( QListViewItem * item, int col, const QString &text)

    This signal is emitted when \a item has been renamed to \a text,
    e.g. by in in-place renaming, in column \a col.

    \sa QListViewItem::setRenameEnabled()
*/

/*!
    Constructs a new empty list view called \a name with parent \a
    parent.

    Performance is boosted by modifying the widget flags \a f so that
    only part of the QListViewItem children is redrawn. This may be
    unsuitable for custom QListViewItem classes, in which case \c
    WStaticContents and \c WNoAutoErase should be cleared.

    \sa QWidget::clearWFlags() Qt::WidgetFlags
*/
02616 QListView::QListView( QWidget * parent, const char *name, WFlags f )
    : QScrollView( parent, name, f | WStaticContents | WNoAutoErase )
{
    init();
}

void QListView::init()
{
    d = new QListViewPrivate;
    d->vci = 0;
    d->timer = new QTimer( this );
    d->levelWidth = 20;
    d->r = 0;
    d->rootIsExpandable = 0;
    d->h = new QHeader( this, "list view header" );
    d->h->installEventFilter( this );
    d->focusItem = 0;
    d->oldFocusItem = 0;
    d->drawables = 0;
    d->dirtyItems = 0;
    d->dirtyItemTimer = new QTimer( this );
    d->visibleTimer = new QTimer( this );
    d->renameTimer = new QTimer( this );
    d->autoopenTimer = new QTimer( this );
    d->margin = 1;
    d->selectionMode = QListView::Single;
    d->sortcolumn = 0;
    d->ascending = TRUE;
    d->allColumnsShowFocus = FALSE;
    d->fontMetricsHeight = fontMetrics().height();
    d->h->setTracking(TRUE);
    d->buttonDown = FALSE;
    d->ignoreDoubleClick = FALSE;
    d->column.setAutoDelete( TRUE );
    d->iterators = 0;
    d->scrollTimer = 0;
    d->sortIndicator = FALSE;
    d->clearing = FALSE;
    d->minLeftBearing = fontMetrics().minLeftBearing();
    d->minRightBearing = fontMetrics().minRightBearing();
    d->ellipsisWidth = fontMetrics().width( "..." ) * 2;
    d->highlighted = 0;
    d->pressedItem = 0;
    d->selectAnchor = 0;
    d->select = TRUE;
    d->useDoubleBuffer = FALSE;
    d->startDragItem = 0;
    d->toolTips = TRUE;
#ifndef QT_NO_TOOLTIP
    d->toolTip = new QListViewToolTip( viewport(), this );
#endif
    d->updateHeader = FALSE;
    d->fullRepaintOnComlumnChange = FALSE;
    d->resizeMode = NoColumn;
    d->defRenameAction = Reject;
    d->pressedEmptyArea = FALSE;
    d->startEdit = TRUE;
    d->ignoreEditAfterFocus = FALSE;
    d->inMenuMode = FALSE;
    d->pressedSelected = FALSE;

    setMouseTracking( TRUE );
    viewport()->setMouseTracking( TRUE );

    connect( d->timer, SIGNAL(timeout()),
           this, SLOT(updateContents()) );
    connect( d->dirtyItemTimer, SIGNAL(timeout()),
           this, SLOT(updateDirtyItems()) );
    connect( d->visibleTimer, SIGNAL(timeout()),
           this, SLOT(makeVisible()) );
    connect( d->renameTimer, SIGNAL(timeout()),
           this, SLOT(startRename()) );
    connect( d->autoopenTimer, SIGNAL(timeout()),
           this, SLOT(openFocusItem()) );

    connect( d->h, SIGNAL(sizeChange(int,int,int)),
           this, SLOT(handleSizeChange(int,int,int)) );
    connect( d->h, SIGNAL(indexChange(int,int,int)),
           this, SLOT(handleIndexChange()) );
    connect( d->h, SIGNAL(sectionClicked(int)),
           this, SLOT(changeSortColumn(int)) );
    connect( d->h, SIGNAL(sectionHandleDoubleClicked(int)),
           this, SLOT(adjustColumn(int)) );
    connect( horizontalScrollBar(), SIGNAL(sliderMoved(int)),
           d->h, SLOT(setOffset(int)) );
    connect( horizontalScrollBar(), SIGNAL(valueChanged(int)),
           d->h, SLOT(setOffset(int)) );

    // will access d->r
    QListViewPrivate::Root * r = new QListViewPrivate::Root( this );
    r->is_root = TRUE;
    d->r = r;
    d->r->setSelectable( FALSE );

    viewport()->setFocusProxy( this );
    viewport()->setFocusPolicy( WheelFocus );
    viewport()->setBackgroundMode( PaletteBase );
    setBackgroundMode( PaletteBackground, PaletteBase );
}

/*!
    \property QListView::showSortIndicator
    \brief whether the list view header should display a sort indicator.

    If this property is TRUE, an arrow is drawn in the header of the
    list view to indicate the sort order of the list view contents.
    The arrow will be drawn in the correct column and will point up or
    down, depending on the current sort direction. The default is
    FALSE (don't show an indicator).

    \sa QHeader::setSortIndicator()
*/

void QListView::setShowSortIndicator( bool show )
{
    if ( show == d->sortIndicator )
      return;

    d->sortIndicator = show;
    if ( d->sortcolumn != Unsorted && d->sortIndicator )
      d->h->setSortIndicator( d->sortcolumn, d->ascending );
    else
      d->h->setSortIndicator( -1 );
}

bool QListView::showSortIndicator() const
{
    return d->sortIndicator;
}

/*!
    \property QListView::showToolTips
    \brief whether this list view should show tooltips for truncated column texts

    The default is TRUE.
*/

void QListView::setShowToolTips( bool b )
{
    d->toolTips = b;
}

bool QListView::showToolTips() const
{
    return d->toolTips;
}

/*!
    \property QListView::resizeMode
    \brief whether all, none or the only the last column should be resized

    Specifies whether all, none or only the last column should be
    resized to fit the full width of the list view. The values for this
    property can be one of: \c NoColumn (the default), \c AllColumns
    or \c LastColumn.

    \warning Setting the resize mode should be done after all necessary
    columns have been added to the list view, otherwise the behavior is
    undefined.

    \sa QHeader, header()
*/

void QListView::setResizeMode( ResizeMode m )
{
    d->resizeMode = m;
    if ( m == NoColumn )
      header()->setStretchEnabled( FALSE );
    else if ( m == AllColumns )
      header()->setStretchEnabled( TRUE );
    else
      header()->setStretchEnabled( TRUE, header()->count() - 1 );
}

QListView::ResizeMode QListView::resizeMode() const
{
    return d->resizeMode;
}

/*!
    Destroys the list view, deleting all its items, and frees up all
    allocated resources.
*/

02800 QListView::~QListView()
{
    if ( d->iterators ) {
      QListViewItemIterator *i = d->iterators->first();
      while ( i ) {
          i->listView = 0;
          i = d->iterators->next();
      }
      delete d->iterators;
      d->iterators = 0;
    }

    d->focusItem = 0;
    delete d->r;
    d->r = 0;
    delete d->dirtyItems;
    d->dirtyItems = 0;
    delete d->drawables;
    d->drawables = 0;
    delete d->vci;
    d->vci = 0;
#ifndef QT_NO_TOOLTIP
    delete d->toolTip;
    d->toolTip = 0;
#endif
    delete d;
    d = 0;
}


/*!
    Calls QListViewItem::paintCell() and
    QListViewItem::paintBranches() as necessary for all list view
    items that require repainting in the \a cw pixels wide and \a ch
    pixels high bounding rectangle starting at position \a cx, \a cy
    with offset \a ox, \a oy. Uses the painter \a p.
*/

02838 void QListView::drawContentsOffset( QPainter * p, int ox, int oy,
                            int cx, int cy, int cw, int ch )
{
    if ( columns() == 0 ) {
      paintEmptyArea( p, QRect( cx, cy, cw, ch ) );
      return;
    }

    if ( !d->drawables ||
       d->drawables->isEmpty() ||
       d->topPixel > cy ||
       d->bottomPixel < cy + ch - 1 ||
       d->r->maybeTotalHeight < 0 )
      buildDrawableList();

    if ( d->dirtyItems ) {
      QRect br( cx - ox, cy - oy, cw, ch );
      QPtrDictIterator<void> it( *(d->dirtyItems) );
      QListViewItem * i;
      while( (i = (QListViewItem *)(it.currentKey())) != 0 ) {
          ++it;
          QRect ir = itemRect( i ).intersect( viewport()->rect() );
          if ( ir.isEmpty() || br.contains( ir ) )
            // we're painting this one, or it needs no painting: forget it
            d->dirtyItems->remove( (void *)i );
      }
      if ( d->dirtyItems->count() ) {
          // there are still items left that need repainting
          d->dirtyItemTimer->start( 0, TRUE );
      } else {
          // we're painting all items that need to be painted
          delete d->dirtyItems;
          d->dirtyItems = 0;
          d->dirtyItemTimer->stop();
      }
    }

    p->setFont( font() );

    QPtrListIterator<QListViewPrivate::DrawableItem> it( *(d->drawables) );

    QRect r;
    int fx = -1, x, fc = 0, lc = 0;
    int tx = -1;
    QListViewPrivate::DrawableItem * current;

    while ( (current = it.current()) != 0 ) {
      ++it;
      if ( !current->i->isVisible() )
          continue;
      int ih = current->i->height();
      int ith = current->i->totalHeight();
      int c;
      int cs;

      // need to paint current?
      if ( ih > 0 && current->y < cy+ch && current->y+ih > cy ) {
          if ( fx < 0 ) {
            // find first interesting column, once
            x = 0;
            c = 0;
            cs = d->h->cellSize( 0 );
            while ( x + cs <= cx && c < d->h->count() ) {
                x += cs;
                c++;
                if ( c < d->h->count() )
                  cs = d->h->cellSize( c );
            }
            fx = x;
            fc = c;
            while( x < cx + cw && c < d->h->count() ) {
                x += cs;
                c++;
                if ( c < d->h->count() )
                  cs = d->h->cellSize( c );
            }
            lc = c;
          }

          x = fx;
          c = fc;
          // draw to last interesting column

          bool drawActiveSelection = hasFocus() || d->inMenuMode ||
                      !style().styleHint( QStyle::SH_ItemView_ChangeHighlightOnFocus, this ) ||
                      ( currentItem() && currentItem()->renameBox && currentItem()->renameBox->hasFocus() );
          const QColorGroup &cg = ( drawActiveSelection ? colorGroup() : palette().inactive() );

          while ( c < lc && d->drawables ) {
            int i = d->h->mapToLogical( c );
            cs = d->h->cellSize( c );
            r.setRect( x - ox, current->y - oy, cs, ih );
            if ( i == 0 && current->i->parentItem )
                r.setLeft( r.left() + current->l * treeStepSize() );

            p->save();
            // No need to paint if the cell isn't technically visible
            if ( !( r.width() == 0 || r.height() == 0 ) ) {
                p->translate( r.left(), r.top() );
                int ac = d->h->mapToLogical( c );
                // map to Left currently. This should change once we
                // can really reverse the listview.
                int align = columnAlignment( ac );
                if ( align == AlignAuto ) align = AlignLeft;
                if ( d->useDoubleBuffer ) {
                  QRect a( 0, 0, r.width(), current->i->height() );
                  QSharedDoubleBuffer buffer( p, a, QSharedDoubleBuffer::Force );
                  if ( buffer.isBuffered() )
                      paintEmptyArea( buffer.painter(), a );
                  buffer.painter()->setFont( p->font() );
                  buffer.painter()->setPen( p->pen() );
                  buffer.painter()->setBrush( p->brush() );
                  buffer.painter()->setBrushOrigin( -r.left(), -r.top() );
                  current->i->paintCell( buffer.painter(), cg, ac, r.width(),
                      align );
                } else {
                  current->i->paintCell( p, cg, ac, r.width(),
                      align );
                }
            }
            p->restore();
            x += cs;
            c++;
          }

          if ( current->i == d->focusItem && hasFocus() &&
             !d->allColumnsShowFocus ) {
            p->save();
            int cell = d->h->mapToActual( 0 );
            QRect r( d->h->cellPos( cell ) - ox, current->y - oy, d->h->cellSize( cell ), ih );
            if ( current->i->parentItem )
                r.setLeft( r.left() + current->l * treeStepSize() );
            if ( r.left() < r.right() )
                current->i->paintFocus( p, colorGroup(), r );
            p->restore();
          }
      }

      const int cell = d->h->mapToActual( 0 );

      // does current need focus indication?
      if ( current->i == d->focusItem && hasFocus() &&
           d->allColumnsShowFocus ) {
          p->save();
          int x = -contentsX();
          int w = header()->cellPos( header()->count() - 1 ) +
                header()->cellSize( header()->count() - 1 );

          r.setRect( x, current->y - oy, w, ih );
          if ( d->h->mapToActual( 0 ) == 0 || ( current->l == 0 && !rootIsDecorated() ) ) {
            int offsetx = QMIN( current->l * treeStepSize(), d->h->cellSize( cell ) );
            r.setLeft( r.left() + offsetx );
            current->i->paintFocus( p, colorGroup(), r );
          } else {
            int xdepth = QMIN( treeStepSize() * ( current->i->depth() + ( rootIsDecorated() ? 1 : 0) )
                       + itemMargin(), d->h->cellSize( cell ) );
            xdepth += d->h->cellPos( cell );
            QRect r1( r );
            r1.setRight( d->h->cellPos( cell ) - 1 );
            QRect r2( r );
            r2.setLeft( xdepth - 1 );
            current->i->paintFocus( p, colorGroup(), r1 );
            current->i->paintFocus( p, colorGroup(), r2 );
          }
          p->restore();
      }

      if ( tx < 0 )
          tx = d->h->cellPos( cell );

      // do any children of current need to be painted?
      if ( ih != ith &&
           (current->i != d->r || d->rootIsExpandable) &&
           current->y + ith > cy &&
           current->y + ih < cy + ch &&
           tx + current->l * treeStepSize() < cx + cw &&
           tx + (current->l+1) * treeStepSize() > cx ) {
          // compute the clip rectangle the safe way

          int rtop = current->y + ih;
          int rbottom = current->y + ith;
          int rleft = tx + current->l*treeStepSize();
          int rright = rleft + treeStepSize();

          int crtop = QMAX( rtop, cy );
          int crbottom = QMIN( rbottom, cy+ch );
          int crleft = QMAX( rleft, cx );
          int crright = QMIN( rright, cx+cw );

          r.setRect( crleft-ox, crtop-oy,
                   crright-crleft, crbottom-crtop );

          if ( r.isValid() ) {
            p->save();
            p->translate( rleft-ox, crtop-oy );
            current->i->paintBranches( p, colorGroup(), treeStepSize(),
                                 rtop - crtop, r.height() );
            p->restore();
          }
      }
    }

    if ( d->r->totalHeight() < cy + ch )
      paintEmptyArea( p, QRect( cx - ox, d->r->totalHeight() - oy,
                          cw, cy + ch - d->r->totalHeight() ) );

    int c = d->h->count()-1;
    if ( c >= 0 &&
       d->h->cellPos( c ) + d->h->cellSize( c ) < cx + cw ) {
      c = d->h->cellPos( c ) + d->h->cellSize( c );
      paintEmptyArea( p, QRect( c - ox, cy - oy, cx + cw - c, ch ) );
    }
}



/*!
    Paints \a rect so that it looks like empty background using
    painter \a p. \a rect is in widget coordinates, ready to be fed to
    \a p.

    The default function fills \a rect with the
    viewport()->backgroundBrush().
*/

03063 void QListView::paintEmptyArea( QPainter * p, const QRect & rect )
{
    QStyleOption opt( d->sortcolumn, 0 ); // ### hack; in 3.1, add a property in QListView and QHeader
    QStyle::SFlags how = QStyle::Style_Default;
    if ( isEnabled() )
      how |= QStyle::Style_Enabled;

    style().drawComplexControl( QStyle::CC_ListView,
                        p, this, rect, colorGroup(),
                        how, QStyle::SC_ListView, QStyle::SC_None,
                        opt );
}


/*
    Rebuilds the list of drawable QListViewItems. This function is
    const so that const functions can call it without requiring
    d->drawables to be mutable.
*/

void QListView::buildDrawableList() const
{
    d->r->enforceSortOrder();

    QPtrStack<QListViewPrivate::Pending> stack;
    stack.push( new QListViewPrivate::Pending( ((int)d->rootIsExpandable)-1,
                                     0, d->r ) );

    // could mess with cy and ch in order to speed up vertical
    // scrolling
    int cy = contentsY();
    int ch = ((QListView *)this)->visibleHeight();
    d->topPixel = cy + ch; // one below bottom
    d->bottomPixel = cy - 1; // one above top

    QListViewPrivate::Pending * cur;

    // used to work around lack of support for mutable
    QPtrList<QListViewPrivate::DrawableItem> * dl;

    dl = new QPtrList<QListViewPrivate::DrawableItem>;
    dl->setAutoDelete( TRUE );
    if ( d->drawables )
      delete ((QListView *)this)->d->drawables;
    ((QListView *)this)->d->drawables = dl;

    while ( !stack.isEmpty() ) {
      cur = stack.pop();

      int ih = cur->i->height();
      int ith = cur->i->totalHeight();

      // if this is not true, buildDrawableList has been called recursivly
      Q_ASSERT( dl == d->drawables );

      // is this item, or its branch symbol, inside the viewport?
      if ( cur->y + ith >= cy && cur->y < cy + ch ) {
          dl->append( new QListViewPrivate::DrawableItem(cur));
          // perhaps adjust topPixel up to this item?  may be adjusted
          // down again if any children are not to be painted
          if ( cur->y < d->topPixel )
            d->topPixel = cur->y;
          // bottompixel is easy: the bottom item drawn contains it
          d->bottomPixel = cur->y + ih - 1;
      }

      // push younger sibling of cur on the stack?
      if ( cur->y + ith < cy+ch && cur->i->siblingItem )
          stack.push( new QListViewPrivate::Pending(cur->l,
                                          cur->y + ith,
                                          cur->i->siblingItem));

      // do any children of cur need to be painted?
      if ( cur->i->isOpen() && cur->i->childCount() &&
           cur->y + ith > cy &&
           cur->y + ih < cy + ch ) {
          cur->i->enforceSortOrder();

          QListViewItem * c = cur->i->childItem;
          int y = cur->y + ih;

          // if any of the children are not to be painted, skip them
          // and invalidate topPixel
          while ( c && y + c->totalHeight() <= cy ) {
            y += c->totalHeight();
            c = c->siblingItem;
            d->topPixel = cy + ch;
          }

          // push one child on the stack, if there is at least one
          // needing to be painted
          if ( c && y < cy+ch )
            stack.push( new QListViewPrivate::Pending( cur->l + 1,
                                             y, c ) );
      }

      delete cur;
    }
}

/*!
    \property QListView::treeStepSize
    \brief the number of pixels a child is offset from its parent

    The default is 20 pixels.

    Of course, this property is only meaningful for hierarchical list
    views.
*/

int QListView::treeStepSize() const
{
    return d->levelWidth;
}

void QListView::setTreeStepSize( int size )
{
    if ( size != d->levelWidth ) {
      d->levelWidth = size;
      viewport()->repaint( FALSE );
    }
}

/*!
    Inserts item \a i into the list view as a top-level item. You do
    not need to call this unless you've called takeItem(\a i) or
    QListViewItem::takeItem(\a i) and need to reinsert \a i elsewhere.

    \sa QListViewItem::takeItem() takeItem()
*/

03194 void QListView::insertItem( QListViewItem * i )
{
    if ( d->r ) // not for d->r itself
      d->r->insertItem( i );
}


/*!
    Removes and deletes all the items in this list view and triggers
    an update.
    
    Note that the currentChanged() signal is not emitted when this slot is invoked.
    \sa triggerUpdate()
*/

03209 void QListView::clear()
{
    bool wasUpdatesEnabled = viewport()->isUpdatesEnabled();
    viewport()->setUpdatesEnabled( FALSE );
    setContentsPos( 0, 0 );
    viewport()->setUpdatesEnabled( wasUpdatesEnabled );
    bool block = signalsBlocked();
    blockSignals( TRUE );
    d->clearing = TRUE;
    clearSelection();
    if ( d->iterators ) {
      QListViewItemIterator *i = d->iterators->first();
      while ( i ) {
          i->curr = 0;
          i = d->iterators->next();
      }
    }

    if ( d->drawables )
      d->drawables->clear();
    delete d->dirtyItems;
    d->dirtyItems = 0;
    d->dirtyItemTimer->stop();

    d->focusItem = 0;
    d->selectAnchor = 0;
    d->pressedItem = 0;
    d->highlighted = 0;

    // if it's down its downness makes no sense, so undown it
    d->buttonDown = FALSE;

    QListViewItem *c = (QListViewItem *)d->r->firstChild();
    QListViewItem *n;
    while( c ) {
      n = (QListViewItem *)c->nextSibling();
      delete c;
      c = n;
    }
    resizeContents( d->h->sizeHint().width(), contentsHeight() );
    delete d->r;
    d->r = 0;
    QListViewPrivate::Root * r = new QListViewPrivate::Root( this );
    r->is_root = TRUE;
    d->r = r;
    d->r->setSelectable( FALSE );
    blockSignals( block );
    triggerUpdate();
    d->clearing = FALSE;
}

/*!
    \reimp
*/

03264 void QListView::setContentsPos( int x, int y )
{
    updateGeometries();
    QScrollView::setContentsPos( x, y );
}

/*!
    Adds a \a width pixels wide column with the column header \a label
    to the list view, and returns the index of the new column.

    All columns apart from the first one are inserted to the right of
    the existing ones.

    If \a width is negative, the new column's \l WidthMode is set to
    \c Maximum instead of \c Manual.

    \sa setColumnText() setColumnWidth() setColumnWidthMode()
*/
03282 int QListView::addColumn( const QString &label, int width )
{
    int c = d->h->addLabel( label, width );
    d->column.resize( c+1 );
    d->column.insert( c, new QListViewPrivate::Column );
    d->column[c]->wmode = width >=0 ? Manual : Maximum;
    updateGeometries();
    updateGeometry();
    return c;
}

/*!
    \overload

    Adds a \a width pixels wide new column with the header \a label
    and the \a iconset to the list view, and returns the index of the
    column.

    If \a width is negative, the new column's \l WidthMode is set to
    \c Maximum, and to \c Manual otherwise.

    \sa setColumnText() setColumnWidth() setColumnWidthMode()
*/
03305 int QListView::addColumn( const QIconSet& iconset, const QString &label, int width )
{
    int c = d->h->addLabel( iconset, label, width );
    d->column.resize( c+1 );
    d->column.insert( c, new QListViewPrivate::Column );
    d->column[c]->wmode = width >=0 ? Manual : Maximum;
    updateGeometries();
    updateGeometry();
    return c;
}

/*!
    \property QListView::columns
    \brief the number of columns in this list view

    \sa addColumn(), removeColumn()
*/

int QListView::columns() const
{
    return d->column.count();
}

/*!
    Removes the column at position \a index.

    If no columns remain after the column is removed, the
    list view will be cleared.

    \sa clear()
*/

03337 void QListView::removeColumn( int index )
{
    if ( index < 0 || index > (int)d->column.count() - 1 )
      return;

    if ( d->vci ) {
      QListViewPrivate::ViewColumnInfo *vi = d->vci, *prev = 0, *next = 0;
      for ( int i = 0; i < index; ++i ) {
          if ( vi ) {
            prev = vi;
            vi = vi->next;
          }
      }
      if ( vi ) {
          next = vi->next;
          if ( prev )
            prev->next = next;
          vi->next = 0;
          delete vi;
          if ( index == 0 )
            d->vci = next;
      }
    }

    QListViewItemIterator it( this );
    for ( ; it.current(); ++it ) {
      QListViewPrivate::ItemColumnInfo *ci = (QListViewPrivate::ItemColumnInfo*)it.current()->columns;
      if ( ci ) {
          QListViewPrivate::ItemColumnInfo *prev = 0, *next = 0;
          for ( int i = 0; i < index; ++i ) {
            if ( ci ) {
                prev = ci;
                ci = ci->next;
            }
          }
          if ( ci ) {
            next = ci->next;
            if ( prev )
                prev->next = next;
            ci->next = 0;
            delete ci;
            if ( index == 0 )
                it.current()->columns = next;
          }
      }
    }

    for ( int i = index; i < (int)d->column.size(); ++i ) {
      QListViewPrivate::Column *c = d->column.take( i );
      if ( i == index )
          delete c;
      if ( i < (int)d->column.size()-1 )
          d->column.insert( i, d->column[ i + 1 ] );
    }
    d->column.resize( d->column.size() - 1 );

    d->h->removeLabel( index );
    if (d->resizeMode == LastColumn)
      d->h->setStretchEnabled( TRUE, d->h->count() - 1 );

    updateGeometries();
    if ( d->column.count() == 0 )
      clear();
    updateGeometry();
    viewport()->update();
}

/*!
    Sets the heading of column \a column to \a label.

    \sa columnText()
*/
03409 void QListView::setColumnText( int column, const QString &label )
{
    if ( column < d->h->count() ) {
      d->h->setLabel( column, label );
      updateGeometries();
      updateGeometry();
    }
}

/*!
    \overload

    Sets the heading of column \a column to \a iconset and \a label.

    \sa columnText()
*/
03425 void QListView::setColumnText( int column, const QIconSet& iconset, const QString &label )
{
    if ( column < d->h->count() ) {
      d->h->setLabel( column, iconset, label );
      updateGeometries();
    }
}

/*!
    Sets the width of column \a column to \a w pixels. Note that if
    the column has a \c WidthMode other than \c Manual, this width
    setting may be subsequently overridden.

    \sa columnWidth()
*/
03440 void QListView::setColumnWidth( int column, int w )
{
    int oldw = d->h->sectionSize( column );
    if ( column < d->h->count() && oldw != w ) {
      d->h->resizeSection( column, w );
      disconnect( d->h, SIGNAL(sizeChange(int,int,int)),
             this, SLOT(handleSizeChange(int,int,int)) );
      emit d->h->sizeChange( column, oldw, w);
      connect( d->h, SIGNAL(sizeChange(int,int,int)),
             this, SLOT(handleSizeChange(int,int,int)) );
      updateGeometries();
      viewport()->update();
    }
}


/*!
    Returns the text of column \a c.

    \sa setColumnText()
*/

03462 QString QListView::columnText( int c ) const
{
    return d->h->label(c);
}

/*!
    Returns the width of column \a c.

    \sa setColumnWidth()
*/

03473 int QListView::columnWidth( int c ) const
{
    int actual = d->h->mapToActual( c );
    return d->h->cellSize( actual );
}


/*!
    \enum QListView::WidthMode

    This enum type describes how the width of a column in the view
    changes.

    \value Manual the column width does not change automatically.

    \value Maximum  the column is automatically sized according to the
    widths of all items in the column. (Note: The column never shrinks
    in this case.) This means that the column is always resized to the
    width of the item with the largest width in the column.

    \sa setColumnWidth() setColumnWidthMode() columnWidth()
*/


/*!
    Sets column \a{c}'s width mode to \a mode. The default depends on
    the original width argument to addColumn().

    \sa QListViewItem::width()
*/

03504 void QListView::setColumnWidthMode( int c, WidthMode mode )
{
    if ( c < d->h->count() )
       d->column[c]->wmode = mode;
}


/*!
    Returns the \c WidthMode for column \a c.

    \sa setColumnWidthMode()
*/

03517 QListView::WidthMode QListView::columnWidthMode( int c ) const
{
    if ( c < d->h->count() )
      return d->column[c]->wmode;
    else
      return Manual;
}


/*!
    Sets column \a{column}'s alignment to \a align. The alignment is
    ultimately passed to QListViewItem::paintCell() for each item in
    the list view. For horizontally aligned text with Qt::AlignLeft or
    Qt::AlignHCenter the ellipsis (...) will be to the right, for
    Qt::AlignRight the ellipsis will be to the left.

    \sa Qt::AlignmentFlags
*/

03536 void QListView::setColumnAlignment( int column, int align )
{
    if ( column < 0 )
      return;
    if ( !d->vci )
      d->vci = new QListViewPrivate::ViewColumnInfo;
    QListViewPrivate::ViewColumnInfo * l = d->vci;
    while( column ) {
      if ( !l->next )
          l->next = new QListViewPrivate::ViewColumnInfo;
      l = l->next;
      column--;
    }
    if ( l->align == align )
      return;
    l->align = align;
    triggerUpdate();
}


/*!
    Returns the alignment of column \a column. The default is \c
    AlignAuto.

    \sa Qt::AlignmentFlags
*/

03563 int QListView::columnAlignment( int column ) const
{
    if ( column < 0 || !d->vci )
      return AlignAuto;
    QListViewPrivate::ViewColumnInfo * l = d->vci;
    while( column ) {
      if ( !l->next )
          l->next = new QListViewPrivate::ViewColumnInfo;
      l = l->next;
      column--;
    }
    return l ? l->align : AlignAuto;
}



/*!
    \reimp
 */
03582 void QListView::show()
{
    // Reimplemented to setx the correct background mode and viewed
    // area size.
    if ( !isVisible() ) {
      reconfigureItems();
      updateGeometries();
    }
    QScrollView::show();
}


/*!
    Updates the sizes of the viewport, header, scroll bars and so on.

    \warning Don't call this directly; call triggerUpdate() instead.
*/

03600 void QListView::updateContents()
{
    if ( d->updateHeader )
      header()->adjustHeaderSize();
    d->updateHeader = FALSE;
    if ( !isVisible() ) {
      // Not in response to a setText/setPixmap any more.
      d->useDoubleBuffer = FALSE;

      return;
    }
    if ( d->drawables ) {
      delete d->drawables;
      d->drawables = 0;
    }
    viewport()->setUpdatesEnabled( FALSE );
    updateGeometries();
    viewport()->setUpdatesEnabled( TRUE );
    viewport()->repaint( FALSE );
    d->useDoubleBuffer = FALSE;
}


void QListView::updateGeometries()
{
    int th = d->r->totalHeight();
    int tw = d->h->headerWidth();
    if ( d->h->offset() &&
       tw < d->h->offset() + d->h->width() )
      horizontalScrollBar()->setValue( tw - QListView::d->h->width() );
#if 0
    if ( QApplication::reverseLayout() && d->h->offset() != horizontalScrollBar()->value() )
      horizontalScrollBar()->setValue( d->h->offset() );
#endif
    verticalScrollBar()->raise();
    resizeContents( tw, th );
    if ( d->h->isHidden() ) {
      setMargins( 0, 0, 0, 0 );
    } else {
      QSize hs( d->h->sizeHint() );
      setMargins( 0, hs.height(), 0, 0 );
      d->h->setGeometry( viewport()->x(), viewport()->y()-hs.height(),
                     visibleWidth(), hs.height() );
    }
}


/*!
    Updates the display when the section \a section has changed size
    from the old size, \a os, to the new size, \a ns.
*/

03652 void QListView::handleSizeChange( int section, int os, int ns )
{
    bool upe = viewport()->isUpdatesEnabled();
    viewport()->setUpdatesEnabled( FALSE );
    int sx = horizontalScrollBar()->value();
    bool sv = horizontalScrollBar()->isVisible();
    updateGeometries();
    bool fullRepaint = d->fullRepaintOnComlumnChange || sx != horizontalScrollBar()->value()
                   || sv != horizontalScrollBar()->isVisible();
    d->fullRepaintOnComlumnChange = FALSE;
    viewport()->setUpdatesEnabled( upe );

    if ( fullRepaint ) {
      viewport()->repaint( FALSE );
      return;
    }

    int actual = d->h->mapToActual( section );
    int dx = ns - os;
    int left = d->h->cellPos( actual ) - contentsX() + d->h->cellSize( actual );
    if ( dx > 0 )
      left -= dx;
    if ( left < visibleWidth() )
      viewport()->scroll( dx, 0, QRect( left, 0, visibleWidth() - left, visibleHeight() ) );
    viewport()->repaint( left - 4 - d->ellipsisWidth, 0, 4 + d->ellipsisWidth,
                   visibleHeight(), FALSE ); // border between the items and ellipses width

    // map auto to left for now. Need to fix this once we support
    // reverse layout on the listview.
    int align = columnAlignment( section );
    if ( align == AlignAuto ) align = AlignLeft;
    if ( align != AlignAuto && align != AlignLeft )
      viewport()->repaint( d->h->cellPos( actual ) - contentsX(), 0,
                       d->h->cellSize( actual ), visibleHeight() );

    if ( currentItem() && currentItem()->renameBox ) {
      QRect r = itemRect( currentItem() );
      r = QRect( viewportToContents( r.topLeft() ), r.size() );
      r.setLeft( header()->sectionPos( currentItem()->renameCol ) );
      r.setWidth( header()->sectionSize( currentItem()->renameCol ) - 1 );
      if ( currentItem()->renameCol == 0 )
          r.setLeft( r.left() + itemMargin() + ( currentItem()->depth() +
                                       ( rootIsDecorated() ? 1 : 0 ) ) * treeStepSize() - 1 );
      if ( currentItem()->pixmap( currentItem()->renameCol ) )
          r.setLeft( r.left() + currentItem()->pixmap( currentItem()->renameCol )->width() );
      if ( r.x() - contentsX() < 0 )
          r.setX( contentsX() );
      if ( r.width() > visibleWidth() )
          r.setWidth( visibleWidth() );
      addChild( currentItem()->renameBox, r.x(), r.y() );
      currentItem()->renameBox->resize( r.size() );
    }
}


/*
    Very smart internal slot that repaints \e only the items that need
    to be repainted. Don't use this directly; call repaintItem()
    instead.
*/

void QListView::updateDirtyItems()
{
    if ( d->timer->isActive() || !d->dirtyItems )
      return;
    QRect ir;
    QPtrDictIterator<void> it( *(d->dirtyItems) );
    QListViewItem * i;
    while( (i = (QListViewItem *)(it.currentKey())) != 0 ) {
      ++it;
      ir = ir.unite( itemRect(i) );
    }
    if ( !ir.isEmpty() )  {               // rectangle to be repainted
      if ( ir.x() < 0 )
          ir.moveBy( -ir.x(), 0 );
      viewport()->repaint( ir, FALSE );
    }
}


void QListView::makeVisible()
{
    if ( d->focusItem )
      ensureItemVisible( d->focusItem );
}


/*!
    Ensures that the header is correctly sized and positioned when the
    resize event \a e occurs.
*/

03744 void QListView::resizeEvent( QResizeEvent *e )
{
    QScrollView::resizeEvent( e );
    d->fullRepaintOnComlumnChange = TRUE;
    d->h->resize( visibleWidth(), d->h->height() );
}

/*! \reimp */

03753 void QListView::viewportResizeEvent( QResizeEvent *e )
{
    QScrollView::viewportResizeEvent( e );
    d->h->resize( visibleWidth(), d->h->height() );
    if ( resizeMode() != NoColumn && currentItem() && currentItem()->renameBox ) {
      QRect r = itemRect( currentItem() );
      r = QRect( viewportToContents( r.topLeft() ), r.size() );
      r.setLeft( header()->sectionPos( currentItem()->renameCol ) );
      r.setWidth( header()->sectionSize( currentItem()->renameCol ) - 1 );
      if ( currentItem()->renameCol == 0 )
          r.setLeft( r.left() + itemMargin() + ( currentItem()->depth() +
                                       ( rootIsDecorated() ? 1 : 0 ) ) * treeStepSize() - 1 );
      if ( currentItem()->pixmap( currentItem()->renameCol ) )
          r.setLeft( r.left() + currentItem()->pixmap( currentItem()->renameCol )->width() );
      if ( r.x() - contentsX() < 0 )
          r.setX( contentsX() );
      if ( r.width() > visibleWidth() )
          r.setWidth( visibleWidth() );
      addChild( currentItem()->renameBox, r.x(), r.y() );
      currentItem()->renameBox->resize( r.size() );
    }
}

/*!
    Triggers a size, geometry and content update during the next
    iteration of the event loop. Ensures that there'll be just one
    update to avoid flicker.
*/

03782 void QListView::triggerUpdate()
{
    if ( !isVisible() || !isUpdatesEnabled() ) {
      // Not in response to a setText/setPixmap any more.
      d->useDoubleBuffer = FALSE;

      return; // it will update when shown, or something.
    }

    d->timer->start( 0, TRUE );
}


/*!
    Redirects the event \a e relating to object \a o, for the viewport
    to mousePressEvent(), keyPressEvent() and friends.
*/

03800 bool QListView::eventFilter( QObject * o, QEvent * e )
{
    if ( o == d->h &&
       e->type() >= QEvent::MouseButtonPress &&
       e->type() <= QEvent::MouseMove ) {
      QMouseEvent * me = (QMouseEvent *)e;
      QMouseEvent me2( me->type(),
                   QPoint( me->pos().x(),
                         me->pos().y() - d->h->height() ),
                   me->button(), me->state() );
      switch( me2.type() ) {
      case QEvent::MouseButtonDblClick:
          if ( me2.button() == RightButton )
            return TRUE;
          break;
      case QEvent::MouseMove:
          if ( me2.state() & RightButton ) {
            viewportMouseMoveEvent( &me2 );
            return TRUE;
          }
          break;
      default:
          break;
      }
    } else if ( o == viewport() ) {
      QFocusEvent * fe = (QFocusEvent *)e;

      switch( e->type() ) {
      case QEvent::FocusIn:
          focusInEvent( fe );
          return TRUE;
      case QEvent::FocusOut:
          focusOutEvent( fe );
          return TRUE;
      default:
          // nothing
          break;
      }
    } else if ( ::qt_cast<QLineEdit*>(o) ) {
      if ( currentItem() && currentItem()->renameBox ) {
          if ( e->type() == QEvent::KeyPress ) {
            QKeyEvent *ke = (QKeyEvent*)e;
            if ( ke->key() == Key_Return ||
                 ke->key() == Key_Enter ) {
                currentItem()->okRename( currentItem()->renameCol );
                return TRUE;
            } else if ( ke->key() == Key_Escape ) {
                currentItem()->cancelRename( currentItem()->renameCol );
                return TRUE;
            }
          } else if ( e->type() == QEvent::FocusOut ) {
            if ( ( (QFocusEvent*)e )->reason() != QFocusEvent::Popup ) {
                QCustomEvent *e = new QCustomEvent( 9999 );
                QApplication::postEvent( o, e );
                return TRUE;
            }
          } else if ( e->type() == 9999 ) {
            if ( d->defRenameAction == Reject )
                currentItem()->cancelRename( currentItem()->renameCol );
            else
                currentItem()->okRename( currentItem()->renameCol );
            return TRUE;
          }
      }
    }

    return QScrollView::eventFilter( o, e );
}


/*!
    Returns a pointer to the list view containing this item.

    Note that this function traverses the items to the root to find the
    listview. This function will return 0 for taken items - see
    QListViewItem::takeItem()
*/

03878 QListView * QListViewItem::listView() const
{
    const QListViewItem* c = this;
    while ( c && !c->is_root )
      c = c->parentItem;
    if ( !c )
      return 0;
    return ((QListViewPrivate::Root*)c)->theListView();
}


/*!
    Returns the depth of this item.
*/
03892 int QListViewItem::depth() const
{
    return parentItem ? parentItem->depth()+1 : -1; // -1 == the hidden root
}


/*!
    Returns a pointer to the item immediately above this item on the
    screen. This is usually the item's closest older sibling, but it
    may also be its parent or its next older sibling's youngest child,
    or something else if anyoftheabove->height() returns 0. Returns 0
    if there is no item immediately above this item.

    This function assumes that all parents of this item are open (i.e.
    that this item is visible, or can be made visible by scrolling).

    This function might be relatively slow because of the tree
    traversions needed to find the correct item.

    \sa itemBelow() QListView::itemRect()
*/

03914 QListViewItem * QListViewItem::itemAbove()
{
    if ( !parentItem )
      return 0;

    QListViewItem * c = parentItem;
    if ( c->childItem != this ) {
      c = c->childItem;
      while( c && c->siblingItem != this )
          c = c->siblingItem;
      if ( !c )
          return 0;
      while( c->isOpen() && c->childItem ) {
          c = c->childItem;
          while( c->siblingItem )
            c = c->siblingItem;           // assign c's sibling to c
      }
    }
    if ( c && ( !c->height() || !c->isEnabled() ) )
      return c->itemAbove();
    return c;
}


/*!
    Returns a pointer to the item immediately below this item on the
    screen. This is usually the item's eldest child, but it may also
    be its next younger sibling, its parent's next younger sibling,
    grandparent's, etc., or something else if anyoftheabove->height()
    returns 0. Returns 0 if there is no item immediately below this
    item.

    This function assumes that all parents of this item are open (i.e.
    that this item is visible or can be made visible by scrolling).

    \sa itemAbove() QListView::itemRect()
*/

03952 QListViewItem * QListViewItem::itemBelow()
{
    QListViewItem * c = 0;
    if ( isOpen() && childItem ) {
      c = childItem;
    } else if ( siblingItem ) {
      c = siblingItem;
    } else if ( parentItem ) {
      c = this;
      do {
          c = c->parentItem;
      } while( c->parentItem && !c->siblingItem );
      if ( c )
          c = c->siblingItem;
    }
    if ( c && ( !c->height() || !c->isEnabled() ) )
      return c->itemBelow();
    return c;
}


/*!
    \fn bool QListViewItem::isOpen () const

    Returns TRUE if this list view item has children \e and they are
    not explicitly hidden; otherwise returns FALSE.

    \sa setOpen()
*/

/*!
    Returns the first (top) child of this item, or 0 if this item has
    no children.

    Note that the children are not guaranteed to be sorted properly.
    QListView and QListViewItem try to postpone or avoid sorting to
    the greatest degree possible, in order to keep the user interface
    snappy.

    \sa nextSibling() sortChildItems()
*/

03994 QListViewItem* QListViewItem::firstChild() const
{
    enforceSortOrder();
    return childItem;
}


/*!
    Returns the parent of this item, or 0 if this item has no parent.

    \sa firstChild(), nextSibling()
*/

04007 QListViewItem* QListViewItem::parent() const
{
    if ( !parentItem || parentItem->is_root ) return 0;
    return parentItem;
}


/*!
    \fn QListViewItem* QListViewItem::nextSibling() const

    Returns the sibling item below this item, or 0 if there is no
    sibling item after this item.

    Note that the siblings are not guaranteed to be sorted properly.
    QListView and QListViewItem try to postpone or avoid sorting to
    the greatest degree possible, in order to keep the user interface
    snappy.

    \sa firstChild() sortChildItems()
*/

/*!
    \fn int QListViewItem::childCount () const

    Returns how many children this item has. The count only includes
    the item's immediate children.
*/


/*!
    Returns the height of this item in pixels. This does not include
    the height of any children; totalHeight() returns that.
*/
04040 int QListViewItem::height() const
{
    QListViewItem * that = (QListViewItem *)this;
    if ( !that->configured ) {
      that->configured = TRUE;
      that->setup(); // ### virtual non-const function called in const
    }

    return visible ? ownHeight : 0;
}

/*!
    Call this function when the value of width() may have changed for
    column \a c. Normally, you should call this if text(c) changes.
    Passing -1 for \a c indicates that all columns may have changed.
    It is more efficient to pass -1 if two or more columns have
    changed than to call widthChanged() separately for each one.

    \sa width()
*/
04060 void QListViewItem::widthChanged( int c ) const
{
    QListView *lv = listView();
    if ( lv )
      lv->widthChanged( this, c );
}

/*!
    \fn void  QListView::dropped ( QDropEvent * e )

    This signal is emitted, when a drop event occurred on the
    viewport (not onto an item).

    \a e provides all the information about the drop.
*/

/*!
    \fn void QListView::selectionChanged()

    This signal is emitted whenever the set of selected items has
    changed (normally before the screen update). It is available in
    \c Single, \c Multi, and \c Extended selection modes, but is most
    useful in \c Multi selection mode.

    \warning Do not delete any QListViewItem objects in slots
    connected to this signal.

    \sa setSelected() QListViewItem::setSelected()
*/


/*!
    \fn void QListView::pressed( QListViewItem *item )

    This signal is emitted whenever the user presses the mouse button
    in a list view. \a item is the list view item on which the user
    pressed the mouse button, or 0 if the user didn't press the mouse
    on an item.

    \warning Do not delete any QListViewItem objects in slots
    connected to this signal.
*/

/*!
    \fn void QListView::pressed( QListViewItem *item, const QPoint &pnt, int c )

    \overload

    This signal is emitted whenever the user presses the mouse button
    in a list view. \a item is the list view item on which the user
    pressed the mouse button, or 0 if the user didn't press the mouse
    on an item. \a pnt is the position of the mouse cursor in global
    coordinates, and \a c is the column where the mouse cursor was
    when the user pressed the mouse button.

    \warning Do not delete any QListViewItem objects in slots
    connected to this signal.
*/

/*!
    \fn void QListView::clicked( QListViewItem *item )

    This signal is emitted whenever the user clicks (mouse pressed \e
    and mouse released) in the list view. \a item is the clicked list
    view item, or 0 if the user didn't click on an item.

    \warning Do not delete any QListViewItem objects in slots
    connected to this signal.
*/

/*!
    \fn void QListView::mouseButtonClicked(int button, QListViewItem * item, const QPoint & pos, int c)

    This signal is emitted whenever the user clicks (mouse pressed \e
    and mouse released) in the list view at position \a pos. \a button
    is the mouse button that the user pressed, \a item is the clicked
    list view item or 0 if the user didn't click on an item. If \a
    item is not 0, \a c is the list view column into which the user
    pressed; if \a item is 0 \a{c}'s value is undefined.

    \warning Do not delete any QListViewItem objects in slots
    connected to this signal.
*/

/*!
    \fn void QListView::mouseButtonPressed(int button, QListViewItem * item, const QPoint & pos, int c)

    This signal is emitted whenever the user pressed the mouse button
    in the list view at position \a pos. \a button is the mouse button
    which the user pressed, \a item is the pressed list view item or 0
    if the user didn't press on an item. If \a item is not 0, \a c is
    the list view column into which the user pressed; if \a item is 0
    \a{c}'s value is undefined.

    \warning Do not delete any QListViewItem objects in slots
    connected to this signal.
*/

/*!
    \fn void QListView::clicked( QListViewItem *item, const QPoint &pnt, int c )

    \overload

    This signal is emitted whenever the user clicks (mouse pressed \e
    and mouse released) in the list view. \a item is the clicked list
    view item, or 0 if the user didn't click on an item. \a pnt is the
    position where the user has clicked in global coordinates. If \a
    item is not 0, \a c is the list view column into which the user
    pressed; if \a item is 0 \a{c}'s value is undefined.

    \warning Do not delete any QListViewItem objects in slots
    connected to this signal.
*/

/*!
    \fn void QListView::selectionChanged( QListViewItem * )

    \overload

    This signal is emitted whenever the selected item has changed in
    \c Single selection mode (normally after the screen update). The
    argument is the newly selected item. If the selection is cleared
    (when, for example, the user clicks in the unused area of the list
    view) then this signal will not be emitted.

    In \c Multi selection mode, use the no argument overload of this
    signal.

    \warning Do not delete any QListViewItem objects in slots
    connected to this signal.

    \sa setSelected() QListViewItem::setSelected() currentChanged()
*/


/*!
    \fn void QListView::currentChanged( QListViewItem * )

    This signal is emitted whenever the current item has changed
    (normally after the screen update). The current item is the item
    responsible for indicating keyboard focus.

    The argument is the newly current item, or 0 if the change made no
    item current. This can happen, for example, if all items in the
    list view are deleted.

    \warning Do not delete any QListViewItem objects in slots
    connected to this signal.

    \sa setCurrentItem() currentItem()
*/


/*!
    \fn void QListView::expanded( QListViewItem *item )

    This signal is emitted when \a item has been expanded, i.e. when
    the children of \a item are shown.

    \sa setOpen() collapsed()
*/

/*!
    \fn void QListView::collapsed( QListViewItem *item )

    This signal is emitted when the \a item has been collapsed, i.e.
    when the children of \a item are hidden.

    \sa setOpen() expanded()
*/

/*!
    Processes the mouse press event \a e on behalf of the viewed widget.
*/
04234 void QListView::contentsMousePressEvent( QMouseEvent * e )
{
    contentsMousePressEventEx( e );
}

void QListView::contentsMousePressEventEx( QMouseEvent * e )
{
    if ( !e )
      return;

    if ( !d->ignoreEditAfterFocus )
      d->startEdit = TRUE;
    d->ignoreEditAfterFocus = FALSE;

    if ( currentItem() && currentItem()->renameBox &&
       !itemRect( currentItem() ).contains( e->pos() ) ) {
      d->startEdit = FALSE;
      if ( d->defRenameAction == Reject )
          currentItem()->cancelRename( currentItem()->renameCol );
      else
          currentItem()->okRename( currentItem()->renameCol );
    }

    d->startDragItem = 0;
    d->dragStartPos = e->pos();
    QPoint vp = contentsToViewport( e->pos() );

    d->ignoreDoubleClick = FALSE;
    d->buttonDown = TRUE;

    QListViewItem * i = itemAt( vp );
    d->pressedEmptyArea = e->y() > contentsHeight();
    if ( i && !i->isEnabled() )
      return;
    if ( d->startEdit && ( i != currentItem() || (i && !i->isSelected()) ) )
      d->startEdit = FALSE;
    QListViewItem *oldCurrent = currentItem();

    if ( e->button() == RightButton && (e->state() & ControlButton ) )
      goto emit_signals;

    if ( !i ) {
      if ( !( e->state() & ControlButton ) )
          clearSelection();
      goto emit_signals;
    } else {
      // No new anchor when using shift
      if ( !(e->state() & ShiftButton) )
          d->selectAnchor = i;
    }

    if ( (i->isExpandable() || i->childCount()) &&
       d->h->mapToLogical( d->h->cellAt( vp.x() ) ) == 0 ) {
      int x1 = vp.x() +
             d->h->offset() -
             d->h->cellPos( d->h->mapToActual( 0 ) );
      QPtrListIterator<QListViewPrivate::DrawableItem> it( *(d->drawables) );
      while( it.current() && it.current()->i != i )
          ++it;

      if ( it.current() ) {
            x1 -= treeStepSize() * (it.current()->l - 1);
          QStyle::SubControl ctrl =
            style().querySubControl( QStyle::CC_ListView,
                               this, QPoint(x1, e->pos().y()),
                               QStyleOption(i) );
          if( ctrl == QStyle::SC_ListViewExpand &&
            e->type() == style().styleHint(QStyle::SH_ListViewExpand_SelectMouseType, this)) {
            d->buttonDown = FALSE;
            if ( e->button() == LeftButton ) {
                bool close = i->isOpen();
                setOpen( i, !close );
                // ### Looks dangerous, removed because of reentrance problems
                // qApp->processEvents();
                if ( !d->focusItem ) {
                  d->focusItem = i;
                  repaintItem( d->focusItem );
                  emit currentChanged( d->focusItem );
                }
                if ( close ) {
                  bool newCurrent = FALSE;
                  QListViewItem *ci = d->focusItem;
                  while ( ci ) {
                      if ( ci->parent() && ci->parent() == i ) {
                        newCurrent = TRUE;
                        break;
                      }
                      ci = ci->parent();
                  }
                  if ( newCurrent ) {
                      setCurrentItem( i );
                  }
                }
            }
            d->ignoreDoubleClick = TRUE;
            d->buttonDown = FALSE;
            goto emit_signals;
          }
      }
    }

    d->select = d->selectionMode == Multi ? !i->isSelected() : TRUE;

    {// calculate activatedP
      activatedByClick = TRUE;
      QPoint topLeft = itemRect( i ).topLeft(); //### inefficient?
      activatedP = vp - topLeft;
      int xdepth = treeStepSize() * (i->depth() + (rootIsDecorated() ? 1 : 0))
                 + itemMargin();

        // This returns the position of the first visual section?!? Shouldn't that always be 0? Keep it just in case we have missed something.
      xdepth += d->h->sectionPos( d->h->mapToSection( 0 ) );
      activatedP.rx() -= xdepth;
    }
    i->activate();
    activatedByClick = FALSE;

    if ( i != d->focusItem )
      setCurrentItem( i );
    else
      repaintItem( i );

    d->pressedSelected = i && i->isSelected();

    if ( i->isSelectable() && selectionMode() != NoSelection ) {
      if ( selectionMode() == Single )
          setSelected( i, TRUE );
      else if ( selectionMode() == Multi )
          setSelected( i, d->select );
      else if ( selectionMode() == Extended ) {
          bool changed = FALSE;
          if ( !(e->state() & (ControlButton | ShiftButton)) ) {
            if ( !i->isSelected() ) {
                bool blocked = signalsBlocked();
                blockSignals( TRUE );
                clearSelection();
                blockSignals( blocked );
                i->setSelected( TRUE );
                changed = TRUE;
            }
          } else {
            if ( e->state() & ShiftButton )
                d->pressedSelected = FALSE;
            if ( (e->state() & ControlButton) && !(e->state() & ShiftButton) && i ) {
                i->setSelected( !i->isSelected() );
                changed = TRUE;
                d->pressedSelected = FALSE;
            } else if ( !oldCurrent || !i || oldCurrent == i ) {
                if ( (bool)i->selected != d->select ) {
                  changed = TRUE;
                  i->setSelected( d->select );
                }
            // Shift pressed in Extended mode ---
            } else {
                changed = selectRange( i, oldCurrent, d->selectAnchor );
            }
          }
          if ( changed ) {
            d->useDoubleBuffer = TRUE;
            triggerUpdate();
            emit selectionChanged();

#if defined(QT_ACCESSIBILITY_SUPPORT)
            QAccessible::updateAccessibility( viewport(), 0, QAccessible::Selection );
#endif
          }
      }
    }

 emit_signals:

    if ( i && !d->buttonDown &&
       vp.x() + contentsX() < itemMargin() + ( i->depth() + ( rootIsDecorated() ? 1 : 0 ) ) * treeStepSize() )
      i = 0;
    d->pressedItem = i;

    int c = i ? d->h->mapToLogical( d->h->cellAt( vp.x() ) ) : -1;
    if ( !i || ( i && i->isEnabled() ) ) {
      emit pressed( i );
      emit pressed( i, viewport()->mapToGlobal( vp ), c );
    }
    emit mouseButtonPressed( e->button(), i, viewport()->mapToGlobal( vp ), c );

    if ( e->button() == RightButton && i == d->pressedItem ) {
      if ( !i && !(e->state() & ControlButton) )
          clearSelection();

      emit rightButtonPressed( i, viewport()->mapToGlobal( vp ), c );
    }
}

/*!
    \reimp
*/

04429 void QListView::contentsContextMenuEvent( QContextMenuEvent *e )
{
    if ( !receivers( SIGNAL(contextMenuRequested(QListViewItem*,const QPoint&,int)) ) ) {
      e->ignore();
      return;
    }
    if ( e->reason() == QContextMenuEvent::Keyboard ) {
      QListViewItem *item = currentItem();
      if ( item ) {
          QRect r = itemRect( item );
          QPoint p = r.topLeft();
          if ( allColumnsShowFocus() )
            p += QPoint( width() / 2, ( r.height() / 2 ) );
          else
            p += QPoint( columnWidth( 0 ) / 2, ( r.height() / 2 ) );
          p.rx() = QMAX( 0, p.x() );
          p.rx() = QMIN( visibleWidth(), p.x() );
          emit contextMenuRequested( item, viewport()->mapToGlobal( p ), -1 );
      }
    } else {
      QPoint vp = contentsToViewport( e->pos() );
      QListViewItem * i = itemAt( vp );
      int c = i ? d->h->mapToLogical( d->h->cellAt( vp.x() ) ) : -1;
      emit contextMenuRequested( i, viewport()->mapToGlobal( vp ), c );
    }
}

/*!
    Processes the mouse release event \a e on behalf of the viewed widget.
*/
04459 void QListView::contentsMouseReleaseEvent( QMouseEvent * e )
{
    contentsMouseReleaseEventEx( e );
}

void QListView::contentsMouseReleaseEventEx( QMouseEvent * e )
{
    d->startDragItem = 0;
    bool emitClicked = !d->pressedItem || d->buttonDown;
    d->buttonDown = FALSE;
    // delete and disconnect autoscroll timer, if we have one
    if ( d->scrollTimer ) {
      disconnect( d->scrollTimer, SIGNAL(timeout()),
                this, SLOT(doAutoScroll()) );
      d->scrollTimer->stop();
      delete d->scrollTimer;
      d->scrollTimer = 0;
    }

    if ( !e )
      return;

    if ( d->selectionMode == Extended &&
       d->focusItem == d->pressedItem &&
       d->pressedSelected && d->focusItem &&
       e->button() == LeftButton) {
      bool block = signalsBlocked();
      blockSignals( TRUE );
      clearSelection();
      blockSignals( block );
      d->focusItem->setSelected( TRUE );
      emit selectionChanged();
#if defined(QT_ACCESSIBILITY_SUPPORT)
      QAccessible::updateAccessibility( viewport(), 0, QAccessible::Selection );
#endif
    }

    QPoint vp = contentsToViewport(e->pos());
    QListViewItem *i = itemAt( vp );
    if ( i && !i->isEnabled() )
      return;

    if ( i && i == d->pressedItem && (i->isExpandable() || i->childCount()) &&
       !d->h->mapToLogical( d->h->cellAt( vp.x() ) ) && e->button() == LeftButton &&
       e->type() == style().styleHint(QStyle::SH_ListViewExpand_SelectMouseType, this)) {
      QPtrListIterator<QListViewPrivate::DrawableItem> it( *(d->drawables) );
      while( it.current() && it.current()->i != i )
          ++it;
      if ( it.current() ) {
          int x1 = vp.x() + d->h->offset() - d->h->cellPos( d->h->mapToActual( 0 ) ) -
                 (treeStepSize() * (it.current()->l - 1));
          QStyle::SubControl ctrl = style().querySubControl( QStyle::CC_ListView,
                                                 this, QPoint(x1, e->pos().y()),
                                                 QStyleOption(i) );
          if( ctrl == QStyle::SC_ListViewExpand ) {
            bool close = i->isOpen();
            setOpen( i, !close );
            // ### Looks dangerous, removed because of reentrance problems
            // qApp->processEvents();
            if ( !d->focusItem ) {
                d->focusItem = i;
                repaintItem( d->focusItem );
                emit currentChanged( d->focusItem );
            }
            if ( close ) {
                bool newCurrent = FALSE;
                QListViewItem *ci = d->focusItem;
                while ( ci ) {
                  if ( ci->parent() && ci->parent() == i ) {
                      newCurrent = TRUE;
                      break;
                  }
                  ci = ci->parent();
                }
                if ( newCurrent )
                  setCurrentItem( i );
                d->ignoreDoubleClick = TRUE;
            }
          }
      }
    }

    if ( i == d->pressedItem && i && i->isSelected() && e->button() == LeftButton && d->startEdit ) {
      QRect r = itemRect( currentItem() );
      r = QRect( viewportToContents( r.topLeft() ), r.size() );
      d->pressedColumn = header()->sectionAt(  e->pos().x() );
      r.setLeft( header()->sectionPos( d->pressedColumn ) );
      r.setWidth( header()->sectionSize( d->pressedColumn ) - 1 );
      if ( d->pressedColumn == 0 )
          r.setLeft( r.left() + itemMargin() + ( currentItem()->depth() +
                                       ( rootIsDecorated() ? 1 : 0 ) ) * treeStepSize() - 1 );
      if ( r.contains( e->pos() ) &&
           !( e->state() & ( ShiftButton | ControlButton ) ) )
          d->renameTimer->start( QApplication::doubleClickInterval(), TRUE );
    }
    // Check if we are clicking at the root decoration.
    int rootColumnPos = d->h->sectionPos( 0 );
    if ( i && vp.x() + contentsX() < rootColumnPos + itemMargin() + ( i->depth() + ( rootIsDecorated() ? 1 : 0 ) ) * treeStepSize()
         && vp.x() + contentsX() > rootColumnPos ) {
        i = 0;
    }
    emitClicked = emitClicked && d->pressedItem == i;
    d->pressedItem = 0;

    if ( emitClicked ) {
      if ( !i || ( i && i->isEnabled() ) ) {
          emit clicked( i );
          emit clicked( i, viewport()->mapToGlobal( vp ), d->h->mapToLogical( d->h->cellAt( vp.x() ) ) );
      }
      emit mouseButtonClicked( e->button(), i, viewport()->mapToGlobal( vp ),
                         i ? d->h->mapToLogical( d->h->cellAt( vp.x() ) ) : -1 );

      if ( e->button() == RightButton ) {
          if ( !i ) {
            if ( !(e->state() & ControlButton) )
                clearSelection();
            emit rightButtonClicked( 0, viewport()->mapToGlobal( vp ), -1 );
            return;
          }

          int c = d->h->mapToLogical( d->h->cellAt( vp.x() ) );
          emit rightButtonClicked( i, viewport()->mapToGlobal( vp ), c );
      }
    }
}


/*!
    Processes the mouse double-click event \a e on behalf of the viewed widget.
*/
04589 void QListView::contentsMouseDoubleClickEvent( QMouseEvent * e )
{
    d->renameTimer->stop();
    d->startEdit = FALSE;
    if ( !e || e->button() != LeftButton )
      return;

    // ensure that the following mouse moves and eventual release is
    // ignored.
    d->buttonDown = FALSE;

    if ( d->ignoreDoubleClick ) {
      d->ignoreDoubleClick = FALSE;
      return;
    }

    QPoint vp = contentsToViewport(e->pos());

    QListViewItem * i = itemAt( vp );

    // we emit doubleClicked when the item is null (or enabled) to be consistent with
    // rightButtonClicked etc.
    if ( !i || i->isEnabled() ) {
      int c = d->h->mapToLogical( d->h->cellAt( vp.x() ) );
      emit doubleClicked( i, viewport()->mapToGlobal( vp ), c );
    }

    if ( !i || !i->isEnabled() )
      return;

    if ( !i->isOpen() ) {
      if ( i->isExpandable() || i->childCount() )
          setOpen( i, TRUE );
    } else {
      setOpen( i, FALSE );
    }

    // we emit the 'old' obsolete doubleClicked only if the item is not null and enabled
    emit doubleClicked( i );
}


/*!
    Processes the mouse move event \a e on behalf of the viewed widget.
*/
04634 void QListView::contentsMouseMoveEvent( QMouseEvent * e )
{
    if ( !e )
      return;

    bool needAutoScroll = FALSE;

    QPoint vp = contentsToViewport(e->pos());

    QListViewItem * i = itemAt( vp );
    if ( i && !i->isEnabled() )
      return;
    if ( i != d->highlighted &&
       !(d->pressedItem &&
         ( d->pressedItem->isSelected() || d->selectionMode == NoSelection ) &&
         d->pressedItem->dragEnabled() )) {

      if ( i ) {
          emit onItem( i );
      } else {
          emit onViewport();
      }
      d->highlighted = i;
    }

    if ( d->startDragItem )
      i = d->startDragItem;

    if ( !d->buttonDown ||
       ( ( e->state() & LeftButton ) != LeftButton &&
         ( e->state() & MidButton ) != MidButton &&
         ( e->state() & RightButton ) != RightButton ) )
      return;

    if ( d->pressedItem &&
       ( d->pressedItem->isSelected() || d->selectionMode == NoSelection ) &&
       d->pressedItem->dragEnabled() ) {

      if ( !d->startDragItem ) {
          setSelected( d->pressedItem, TRUE );
          d->startDragItem = d->pressedItem;
      }
      if ( ( d->dragStartPos - e->pos() ).manhattanLength() > QApplication::startDragDistance() ) {
          d->buttonDown = FALSE;
#ifndef QT_NO_DRAGANDDROP
          startDrag();
#endif
      }
      return;
    }

    // check, if we need to scroll
    if ( vp.y() > visibleHeight() || vp.y() < 0 )
      needAutoScroll = TRUE;

    // if we need to scroll and no autoscroll timer is started,
    // connect the timer
    if ( needAutoScroll && !d->scrollTimer ) {
      d->scrollTimer = new QTimer( this );
      connect( d->scrollTimer, SIGNAL(timeout()),
             this, SLOT(doAutoScroll()) );
      d->scrollTimer->start( 100, FALSE );
      // call it once manually
      doAutoScroll( vp );
    }

    // if we don't need to autoscroll
    if ( !needAutoScroll ) {
      // if there is a autoscroll timer, delete it
      if ( d->scrollTimer ) {
          disconnect( d->scrollTimer, SIGNAL(timeout()),
                  this, SLOT(doAutoScroll()) );
          d->scrollTimer->stop();
          delete d->scrollTimer;
          d->scrollTimer = 0;
      }
      // call this to select an item ( using the pos from the event )
      doAutoScroll( vp );
    }
}


/*!
    This slot handles auto-scrolling when the mouse button is pressed
    and the mouse is outside the widget.
*/
04720 void QListView::doAutoScroll()
{
    doAutoScroll( QPoint() );
}

/*
  Handles auto-scrolling when the mouse button is pressed
  and the mouse is outside the widget.

  If cursorPos is (0,0) (isNull == TRUE) it uses the current QCursor::pos, otherwise it uses cursorPos
*/
void QListView::doAutoScroll( const QPoint &cursorPos )
{
    QPoint pos = cursorPos.isNull() ? viewport()->mapFromGlobal( QCursor::pos() ) :  cursorPos;
    if ( !d->focusItem || ( d->pressedEmptyArea && pos.y() > contentsHeight() ) )
      return;

    bool down = pos.y() > itemRect( d->focusItem ).y();

    int g = pos.y() + contentsY();

    if ( down && pos.y() > height()  )
      g = height() + contentsY();
    else if ( pos.y() < 0 )
      g = contentsY();

    QListViewItem *c = d->focusItem, *old = 0;
    QListViewItem *oldCurrent = c;
    if ( down ) {
      int y = itemRect( d->focusItem ).y() + contentsY();
      while( c && y + c->height() <= g ) {
          y += c->height();
          old = c;
          c = c->itemBelow();
      }
      if ( !c && old )
          c = old;
    } else {
      int y = itemRect( d->focusItem ).y() + contentsY();
      while( c && y >= g ) {
          old = c;
          c = c->itemAbove();
          if ( c )
            y -= c->height();
      }
      if ( !c && old )
          c = old;
    }

    if ( !c || c == d->focusItem )
      return;

    if ( d->focusItem ) {
      if ( d->selectionMode == Multi ) {
          // also (de)select the ones in between
          QListViewItem * b = d->focusItem;
          bool down = ( itemPos( c ) > itemPos( b ) );
          while( b && b != c ) {
            if ( b->isSelectable() )
                setSelected( b, d->select );
            b = down ? b->itemBelow() : b->itemAbove();
          }
          if ( c->isSelectable() )
            setSelected( c, d->select );
      } else if ( d->selectionMode == Extended ) {
          if ( selectRange( c, oldCurrent, d->selectAnchor ) ) {
            d->useDoubleBuffer = TRUE;
            triggerUpdate();
            emit selectionChanged();
          }
      }
    }

    setCurrentItem( c );
    d->visibleTimer->start( 1, TRUE );
}

/*!
    \reimp
*/

04801 void QListView::focusInEvent( QFocusEvent* )
{
    d->inMenuMode = FALSE;
    if ( d->focusItem ) {
      repaintItem( d->focusItem );
    } else if ( firstChild() && QFocusEvent::reason() != QFocusEvent::Mouse ) {
      d->focusItem = firstChild();
      emit currentChanged( d->focusItem );
      repaintItem( d->focusItem );
    }
    if ( QFocusEvent::reason() == QFocusEvent::Mouse ) {
      d->ignoreEditAfterFocus = TRUE;
      d->startEdit = FALSE;
    }
    if ( style().styleHint( QStyle::SH_ItemView_ChangeHighlightOnFocus, this ) ) {
      bool db = d->useDoubleBuffer;
      d->useDoubleBuffer = TRUE;
      viewport()->repaint( FALSE );
      d->useDoubleBuffer = db;
    }

    QRect mfrect = itemRect( d->focusItem );
    if ( mfrect.isValid() ) {
      if ( header() && header()->isVisible() )
          setMicroFocusHint( mfrect.x(), mfrect.y()+header()->height(), mfrect.width(), mfrect.height(), FALSE );
      else
          setMicroFocusHint( mfrect.x(), mfrect.y(), mfrect.width(), mfrect.height(), FALSE );
    }
}


/*!
    \reimp
*/

04836 void QListView::focusOutEvent( QFocusEvent* )
{
    if ( QFocusEvent::reason() == QFocusEvent::Popup && d->buttonDown )
      d->buttonDown = FALSE;
    if ( style().styleHint( QStyle::SH_ItemView_ChangeHighlightOnFocus, this ) ) {
      d->inMenuMode =
          QFocusEvent::reason() == QFocusEvent::Popup
          || (qApp->focusWidget() && qApp->focusWidget()->inherits("QMenuBar"));
      if ( !d->inMenuMode ) {
          bool db = d->useDoubleBuffer;
          d->useDoubleBuffer = TRUE;
          viewport()->repaint( FALSE );
          d->useDoubleBuffer = db;
      }
    }

    if ( d->focusItem )
      repaintItem( d->focusItem );
}


/*!
    \reimp
*/

04861 void QListView::keyPressEvent( QKeyEvent * e )
{
    if (currentItem() && currentItem()->renameBox)
        return;
    if (!firstChild()) {
      e->ignore();
      return; // subclass bug
    }

    QListViewItem* oldCurrent = currentItem();
    if ( !oldCurrent ) {
      setCurrentItem( firstChild() );
      if ( d->selectionMode == Single )
          setSelected( firstChild(), TRUE );
      return;
    }

    QListViewItem * i = currentItem();
    QListViewItem *old = i;

    QRect r( itemRect( i ) );
    QListViewItem * i2;

    bool singleStep = FALSE;
    bool selectCurrent = TRUE;
    bool wasNavigation = TRUE;

    switch( e->key() ) {
    case Key_Backspace:
    case Key_Delete:
      d->currentPrefix.truncate( 0 );
      break;
    case Key_Enter:
    case Key_Return:
      d->currentPrefix.truncate( 0 );
      if ( i && !i->isSelectable() && i->isEnabled() &&
           ( i->childCount() || i->isExpandable() || i->isOpen() ) ) {
          i->setOpen( !i->isOpen() );
          return;
      }
      e->ignore();
      if ( currentItem() && !currentItem()->isEnabled() )
          break;
      emit returnPressed( currentItem() );
      // do NOT accept.  QDialog.
      return;
    case Key_Down:
      selectCurrent = FALSE;
      i = i->itemBelow();
      d->currentPrefix.truncate( 0 );
      singleStep = TRUE;
      break;
    case Key_Up:
      selectCurrent = FALSE;
      i = i->itemAbove();
      d->currentPrefix.truncate( 0 );
      singleStep = TRUE;
      break;
    case Key_Home:
      selectCurrent = FALSE;
      i = firstChild();
        if (!i->height() || !i->isEnabled())
            i = i->itemBelow();
      d->currentPrefix.truncate( 0 );
      break;
    case Key_End:
      selectCurrent = FALSE;
      i = firstChild();
        while (i->nextSibling() && i->nextSibling()->height() && i->nextSibling()->isEnabled())
          i = i->nextSibling();
      while ( i->itemBelow() )
          i = i->itemBelow();
      d->currentPrefix.truncate( 0 );
      break;
    case Key_Next:
      selectCurrent = FALSE;
      i2 = itemAt( QPoint( 0, visibleHeight()-1 ) );
      if ( i2 == i || !r.isValid() ||
           visibleHeight() <= itemRect( i ).bottom() ) {
          if ( i2 )
            i = i2;
          int left = visibleHeight();
          while( (i2 = i->itemBelow()) != 0 && left > i2->height() ) {
            left -= i2->height();
            i = i2;
          }
      } else {
          if ( !i2 ) {
            // list is shorter than the view, goto last item
            while( (i2 = i->itemBelow()) != 0 )
                i = i2;
          } else {
            i = i2;
          }
      }
      d->currentPrefix.truncate( 0 );
      break;
    case Key_Prior:
      selectCurrent = FALSE;
      i2 = itemAt( QPoint( 0, 0 ) );
      if ( i == i2 || !r.isValid() || r.top() <= 0 ) {
          if ( i2 )
            i = i2;
          int left = visibleHeight();
          while( (i2 = i->itemAbove()) != 0 && left > i2->height() ) {
            left -= i2->height();
            i = i2;
          }
      } else {
          i = i2;
      }
      d->currentPrefix.truncate( 0 );
      break;
    case Key_Plus:
      d->currentPrefix.truncate( 0 );
      if (  !i->isOpen() && (i->isExpandable() || i->childCount()) )
          setOpen( i, TRUE );
      else
          return;
      break;
    case Key_Right:
      d->currentPrefix.truncate( 0 );
      if ( i->isOpen() && i->childItem) {
          QListViewItem *childItem = i->childItem;
          while (childItem && !childItem->isVisible())
            childItem = childItem->nextSibling();
          if (childItem)
            i = childItem;
      } else if ( !i->isOpen() && (i->isExpandable() || i->childCount()) ) {
          setOpen( i, TRUE );
      } else if ( contentsX() + visibleWidth() < contentsWidth() ) {
          horizontalScrollBar()->addLine();
          return;
      } else {
          return;
      }
      break;
    case Key_Minus:
      d->currentPrefix.truncate( 0 );
      if ( i->isOpen() )
          setOpen( i, FALSE );
      else
          return;
      break;
    case Key_Left:
      d->currentPrefix.truncate( 0 );
      if ( i->isOpen() ) {
          setOpen( i, FALSE );
      } else if ( i->parentItem && i->parentItem != d->r ) {
          i = i->parentItem;
      } else if ( contentsX() ) {
          horizontalScrollBar()->subtractLine();
          return;
      } else {
          return;
      }
      break;
    case Key_Space:
      activatedByClick = FALSE;
      d->currentPrefix.truncate( 0 );
      if ( currentItem() && !currentItem()->isEnabled() )
          break;
      i->activate();
      if ( i->isSelectable() && ( d->selectionMode == Multi || d->selectionMode == Extended ) ) {
          setSelected( i, !i->isSelected() );
          d->currentPrefix.truncate( 0 );
      }
      emit spacePressed( currentItem() );
      break;
    case Key_Escape:
      e->ignore(); // For QDialog
      return;
    case Key_F2:
      if ( currentItem() && currentItem()->renameEnabled( 0 ) )
          currentItem()->startRename( 0 );
    default:
      if ( e->text().length() > 0 && e->text()[ 0 ].isPrint() ) {
          selectCurrent = FALSE;
          wasNavigation = FALSE;
          QString input( d->currentPrefix );
          QListViewItem * keyItem = i;
          QTime now( QTime::currentTime() );
          bool tryFirst = TRUE;
          while( keyItem ) {
            // try twice, first with the previous string and this char
            if ( d->currentPrefixTime.msecsTo( now ) <= 400 )
                input = input + e->text().lower();
            else
                input = e->text().lower();
            if ( input.length() == e->text().length() ) {
                if ( keyItem->itemBelow() ) {
                  keyItem = keyItem->itemBelow();
                  tryFirst = TRUE;
                } else {
                  keyItem = firstChild();
                  tryFirst = FALSE;
                }
            }
                QString keyItemKey;
            QString prefix;
            while( keyItem ) {
                    keyItemKey = QString::null;
                // Look first in the sort column, then left to right
                if (d->sortcolumn != Unsorted)
                  keyItemKey = keyItem->text(d->sortcolumn);
                for ( int col = 0; col < d->h->count() && keyItemKey.isNull(); ++col )
                  keyItemKey = keyItem->text( d->h->mapToSection(col) );
                if ( !keyItemKey.isEmpty() ) {
                  prefix = keyItemKey;
                  prefix.truncate( input.length() );
                  prefix = prefix.lower();
                  if ( prefix == input ) {
                      d->currentPrefix = input;
                      d->currentPrefixTime = now;
                      i = keyItem;
                        // nonoptimal double-break...
                      keyItem = 0;
                      input.truncate( 0 );
                      tryFirst = FALSE;
                  }
                }
                if ( keyItem )
                  keyItem = keyItem->itemBelow();
                if ( !keyItem && tryFirst ) {
                  keyItem = firstChild();
                  tryFirst = FALSE;
                }
            }
            // then, if appropriate, with just this character
            if ( input.length() > e->text().length() ) {
                input.truncate(0);
                keyItem = i;
            }
          }
      } else {
          d->currentPrefix.truncate( 0 );
          if ( e->state() & ControlButton ) {
            d->currentPrefix = QString::null;
            switch ( e->key() ) {
            case Key_A:
                selectAll( TRUE );
                break;
            }
          }
          e->ignore();
          return;
      }
    }

    if ( !i )
      return;

    if ( !( e->state() & ShiftButton ) || !d->selectAnchor )
      d->selectAnchor = i;

    setCurrentItem( i );
    if ( i->isSelectable() )
      handleItemChange( old, wasNavigation && (e->state() & ShiftButton),
                    wasNavigation && (e->state() & ControlButton) );

    if ( d->focusItem && !d->focusItem->isSelected() && d->selectionMode == Single && selectCurrent )
      setSelected( d->focusItem, TRUE );

    if ( singleStep )
      d->visibleTimer->start( 1, TRUE );
    else
      ensureItemVisible( i );
}


/*!
    Returns the list view item at \a viewPos. Note that \a viewPos is
    in the viewport()'s coordinate system, not in the list view's own,
    much larger, coordinate system.

    itemAt() returns 0 if there is no such item.

    Note that you also get the pointer to the item if \a viewPos
    points to the root decoration (see setRootIsDecorated()) of the
    item. To check whether or not \a viewPos is on the root decoration
    of the item, you can do something like this:

    \code
    QListViewItem *i = itemAt( p );
    if ( i ) {
      if ( p.x() > header()->sectionPos( header()->mapToIndex( 0 ) ) +
            treeStepSize() * ( i->depth() + ( rootIsDecorated() ? 1 : 0) ) + itemMargin() ||
            p.x() < header()->sectionPos( header()->mapToIndex( 0 ) ) ) {
          ; // p is not on root decoration
      else
          ; // p is on the root decoration
    }
    \endcode

    This might be interesting if you use this function to find out
    where the user clicked and if you want to start a drag (which you
    do not want to do if the user clicked onto the root decoration of
    an item).

    \sa itemPos() itemRect() viewportToContents()
*/

05163 QListViewItem * QListView::itemAt( const QPoint & viewPos ) const
{
    if ( viewPos.x() > contentsWidth() - contentsX() )
      return 0;

    if ( !d->drawables || d->drawables->isEmpty() )
      buildDrawableList();

    QListViewPrivate::DrawableItem * c = d->drawables->first();
    int g = viewPos.y() + contentsY();

    while( c && c->i && ( c->y + c->i->height() <= g ||
                    !c->i->isVisible() ||
                    c->i->parent() && !c->i->parent()->isVisible() ) )
      c = d->drawables->next();

    QListViewItem *i = (c && c->y <= g) ? c->i : 0;
    return i;
}


/*!
    Returns the y-coordinate of \a item in the list view's coordinate
    system. This function is normally much slower than itemAt() but it
    works for all items, whereas itemAt() normally works only for
    items on the screen.

    This is a thin wrapper around QListViewItem::itemPos().

    \sa itemAt() itemRect()
*/

05195 int QListView::itemPos( const QListViewItem * item )
{
    return item ? item->itemPos() : 0;
}


/*! \obsolete
    \property QListView::multiSelection
    \brief whether the list view is in multi-selection or extended-selection mode

    If you enable multi-selection, \c Multi, mode, it is possible to
    specify whether or not this mode should be extended. \c Extended
    means that the user can select multiple items only when pressing
    the Shift or Ctrl key at the same time.

    The default selection mode is \c Single.

    \sa selectionMode()
*/

void QListView::setMultiSelection( bool enable )
{
    if ( !enable )
      d->selectionMode = QListView::Single;
    else if (  d->selectionMode != Multi && d->selectionMode != Extended )
      d->selectionMode = QListView::Multi;
}

bool QListView::isMultiSelection() const
{
    return d->selectionMode == QListView::Extended || d->selectionMode == QListView::Multi;
}

/*!
    \property QListView::selectionMode
    \brief the list view's selection mode

    The mode can be \c Single (the default), \c Extended, \c Multi or
    \c NoSelection.

    \sa multiSelection
*/

void QListView::setSelectionMode( SelectionMode mode )
{
    if ( d->selectionMode == mode )
      return;

    if ( ( d->selectionMode == Multi || d->selectionMode == Extended ) &&
       ( mode == QListView::Single || mode == QListView::NoSelection ) ){
      clearSelection();
      if ( ( mode == QListView::Single ) && currentItem() )
          currentItem()->selected = TRUE;
    }

    d->selectionMode = mode;
}

QListView::SelectionMode QListView::selectionMode() const
{
    return d->selectionMode;
}


/*!
    If \a selected is TRUE the \a item is selected; otherwise it is
    unselected.

    If the list view is in \c Single selection mode and \a selected is
    TRUE, the currently selected item is unselected and \a item is
    made current. Unlike QListViewItem::setSelected(), this function
    updates the list view as necessary and emits the
    selectionChanged() signals.

    \sa isSelected() setMultiSelection() isMultiSelection()
    setCurrentItem(), setSelectionAnchor()
*/

05273 void QListView::setSelected( QListViewItem * item, bool selected )
{
    if ( !item || item->isSelected() == selected ||
       !item->isSelectable() || selectionMode() == NoSelection )
      return;

    bool emitHighlighted = FALSE;
    if ( selectionMode() == Single && d->focusItem != item ) {
      QListViewItem *o = d->focusItem;
      if ( d->focusItem && d->focusItem->selected )
          d->focusItem->setSelected( FALSE );
      d->focusItem = item;
      if ( o )
          repaintItem( o );
      emitHighlighted = TRUE;
    }

    item->setSelected( selected );

    repaintItem( item );

    if ( d->selectionMode == Single && selected )
      emit selectionChanged( item );
    emit selectionChanged();

    if ( emitHighlighted )
      emit currentChanged( d->focusItem );
}

/*!
    Sets the selection anchor to \a item, if \a item is selectable.

    The selection anchor is the item that remains selected when
    Shift-selecting with either mouse or keyboard in \c Extended
    selection mode.

    \sa setSelected()
*/

05312 void QListView::setSelectionAnchor( QListViewItem *item )
{
    if ( item && item->isSelectable() )
      d->selectAnchor = item;
}

/*!
    Sets all the items to be not selected, updates the list view as
    necessary, and emits the selectionChanged() signals. Note that for
    \c Multi selection list views this function needs to iterate over
    \e all items.

    \sa setSelected(), setMultiSelection()
*/

05327 void QListView::clearSelection()
{
    selectAll( FALSE );
}

/*!
    If \a select is TRUE, all the items get selected; otherwise all
    the items get unselected. This only works in the selection modes \c
    Multi and \c Extended. In \c Single and \c NoSelection mode the
    selection of the current item is just set to \a select.
*/

05339 void QListView::selectAll( bool select )
{
    if ( d->selectionMode == Multi || d->selectionMode == Extended ) {
      bool b = signalsBlocked();
      blockSignals( TRUE );
      bool anything = FALSE;
      QListViewItemIterator it( this );
      while ( it.current() ) {
          QListViewItem *i = it.current();
          if ( (bool)i->selected != select ) {
            i->setSelected( select );
            anything = TRUE;
          }
          ++it;
      }
      blockSignals( b );
      if ( anything ) {
          emit selectionChanged();
          d->useDoubleBuffer = TRUE;
          triggerUpdate();
      }
    } else if ( d->focusItem ) {
      QListViewItem * i = d->focusItem;
      setSelected( i, select );
    }
}

/*!
    Inverts the selection. Only works in \c Multi and \c Extended
    selection modes.
*/

05371 void QListView::invertSelection()
{
    if ( d->selectionMode == Single ||
       d->selectionMode == NoSelection )
      return;

    bool b = signalsBlocked();
    blockSignals( TRUE );
    QListViewItemIterator it( this );
    for ( ; it.current(); ++it )
      it.current()->setSelected( !it.current()->isSelected() );
    blockSignals( b );
    emit selectionChanged();
    triggerUpdate();
}


/*!
    Returns TRUE if the list view item \a i is selected; otherwise
    returns FALSE.

    \sa QListViewItem::isSelected()
*/

05395 bool QListView::isSelected( const QListViewItem * i ) const
{
    return i ? i->isSelected() : FALSE;
}


/*!
    Returns the selected item if the list view is in \c Single
    selection mode and an item is selected.

    If no items are selected or the list view is not in \c Single
    selection mode this function returns 0.

    \sa setSelected() setMultiSelection()
*/

05411 QListViewItem * QListView::selectedItem() const
{
    if ( d->selectionMode != Single )
      return 0;
    if ( d->focusItem && d->focusItem->isSelected() )
      return d->focusItem;
    return 0;
}


/*!
    Sets item \a i to be the current item and repaints appropriately
    (i.e. highlights the item). The current item is used for keyboard
    navigation and focus indication; it is independent of any selected
    items, although a selected item can also be the current item.

    This function does not set the selection anchor. Use
    setSelectionAnchor() instead.

    \sa currentItem() setSelected()
*/

05433 void QListView::setCurrentItem( QListViewItem * i )
{
    if ( !i || d->focusItem == i || !i->isEnabled() )
      return;

    if ( currentItem() && currentItem()->renameBox ) {
      if ( d->defRenameAction == Reject )
          currentItem()->cancelRename( currentItem()->renameCol );
      else
          currentItem()->okRename( currentItem()->renameCol );
    }

    QListViewItem * prev = d->focusItem;
    d->focusItem = i;

    QRect mfrect = itemRect( i );
    if ( mfrect.isValid() ) {
      if ( header() && header()->isVisible() )
          setMicroFocusHint( mfrect.x(), mfrect.y()+header()->height(), mfrect.width(), mfrect.height(), FALSE );
      else
          setMicroFocusHint( mfrect.x(), mfrect.y(), mfrect.width(), mfrect.height(), FALSE );
    }

    if ( i != prev ) {
      if ( i && d->selectionMode == Single ) {
          bool changed = FALSE;
          if ( prev && prev->selected ) {
            changed = TRUE;
            prev->setSelected( FALSE );
          }
          if ( i && !i->selected && d->selectionMode != NoSelection && i->isSelectable() ) {
            i->setSelected( TRUE );
            changed = TRUE;
            emit selectionChanged( i );
          }
          if ( changed )
            emit selectionChanged();
      }

      if ( i )
          repaintItem( i );
      if ( prev )
          repaintItem( prev );
      emit currentChanged( i );

#if defined(QT_ACCESSIBILITY_SUPPORT)
      QAccessible::updateAccessibility( viewport(), indexOfItem( i ), QAccessible::Focus );
#endif
    }
}


/*!
    Returns the current item, or 0 if there isn't one.

    \sa setCurrentItem()
*/

05491 QListViewItem * QListView::currentItem() const
{
    return d->focusItem;
}


/*!
    Returns the rectangle on the screen that item \a i occupies in
    viewport()'s coordinates, or an invalid rectangle if \a i is 0 or
    is not currently visible.

    The rectangle returned does not include any children of the
    rectangle (i.e. it uses QListViewItem::height(), rather than
    QListViewItem::totalHeight()). If you want the rectangle to
    include children you can use something like this:

    \code
    QRect r( listView->itemRect( item ) );
    r.setHeight( (QCOORD)(QMIN( item->totalHeight(),
                        listView->viewport->height() - r.y() ) ) )
    \endcode

    Note the way it avoids too-high rectangles. totalHeight() can be
    much larger than the window system's coordinate system allows.

    itemRect() is comparatively slow. It's best to call it only for
    items that are probably on-screen.
*/

05520 QRect QListView::itemRect( const QListViewItem * i ) const
{
    if ( !d->drawables || d->drawables->isEmpty() )
      buildDrawableList();

    QListViewPrivate::DrawableItem * c = d->drawables->first();

    while( c && c->i && c->i != i )
      c = d->drawables->next();

    if ( c && c->i == i ) {
      int y = c->y - contentsY();
      if ( y + c->i->height() >= 0 &&
           y < ((QListView *)this)->visibleHeight() ) {
          QRect r( -contentsX(), y, d->h->width(), i->height() );
          return r;
      }
    }

    return QRect( 0, 0, -1, -1 );
}


/*!
    \fn void QListView::doubleClicked( QListViewItem *item )

    \obsolete (use doubleClicked( QListViewItem *, const QPoint&, int ))

    This signal is emitted whenever an item is double-clicked. It's
    emitted on the second button press, not the second button release.
    \a item is the list view item on which the user did the
    double-click.
*/

/*!
    \fn void QListView::doubleClicked( QListViewItem *, const QPoint&, int  )

    This signal is emitted whenever an item is double-clicked. It's
    emitted on the second button press, not the second button release.
    The arguments are the relevant QListViewItem (may be 0), the point
    in global coordinates and the relevant column (or -1 if the click
    was outside the list).

    \warning Do not delete any QListViewItem objects in slots
    connected to this signal.
*/


/*!
    \fn void QListView::returnPressed( QListViewItem * )

    This signal is emitted when Enter or Return is pressed. The
    argument is the currentItem().
*/

/*!
    \fn void QListView::spacePressed( QListViewItem * )

    This signal is emitted when Space is pressed. The argument is
    the currentItem().
*/


/*!
    Sets the list view to be sorted by column \a column in ascending
    order if \a ascending is TRUE or descending order if it is FALSE.

    If \a column is -1, sorting is disabled and the user cannot sort
    columns by clicking on the column headers. If \a column is larger
    than the number of columns the user must click on a column
    header to sort the list view.
*/

05593 void QListView::setSorting( int column, bool ascending )
{
    if ( column == -1 )
      column = Unsorted;

    if ( d->sortcolumn == column && d->ascending == ascending )
      return;

    d->ascending = ascending;
    d->sortcolumn = column;
    if ( d->sortcolumn != Unsorted && d->sortIndicator )
      d->h->setSortIndicator( d->sortcolumn, d->ascending );
    else
      d->h->setSortIndicator( -1 );

    triggerUpdate();

#if defined(QT_ACCESSIBILITY_SUPPORT)
    QAccessible::updateAccessibility( viewport(), 0, QAccessible::ObjectReorder );
#endif
}

/*!
    \enum Qt::SortOrder

    This enum describes how the items in a widget are sorted.

    \value Ascending The items are sorted ascending e.g. starts with
    'AAA' ends with 'ZZZ' in Latin-1 locales

    \value Descending The items are sorted descending e.g. starts with
    'ZZZ' ends with 'AAA' in Latin-1 locales
*/

/*!
    Sets the \a column the list view is sorted by.

    Sorting is triggered by choosing a header section.
*/

05633 void QListView::changeSortColumn( int column )
{
    if ( isRenaming() ) {
      if ( d->defRenameAction == QListView::Reject ) {
          currentItem()->cancelRename( currentItem()->renameCol );
      } else {
          currentItem()->okRename( currentItem()->renameCol );
      }
    }
    if ( d->sortcolumn != Unsorted ) {
      int lcol = d->h->mapToLogical( column );
      setSorting( lcol, d->sortcolumn == lcol ? !d->ascending : TRUE);
    }
}

/*!
  \internal
  Handles renaming when sections are being swapped by the user.
*/

05653 void QListView::handleIndexChange()
{
    if ( isRenaming() ) {
        if ( d->defRenameAction == QListView::Reject ) {
            currentItem()->cancelRename( currentItem()->renameCol );
        } else {
            currentItem()->okRename( currentItem()->renameCol );
        }
    }
    triggerUpdate();
}

/*!
    Returns the column by which the list view is sorted, or -1 if
    sorting is disabled.

    \sa sortOrder()
*/

05672 int QListView::sortColumn() const
{
    return d->sortcolumn == Unsorted ? -1 : d->sortcolumn;
}

/*!
    Sets the sorting column for the list view.

    If \a column is -1, sorting is disabled and the user cannot sort
    columns by clicking on the column headers. If \a column is larger
    than the number of columns the user must click on a column header
    to sort the list view.

    \sa setSorting()
*/
05687 void QListView::setSortColumn( int column )
{
    setSorting( column, d->ascending );
}

/*!
    Returns the sorting order of the list view items.

    \sa sortColumn()
*/
05697 Qt::SortOrder QListView::sortOrder() const
{
    if ( d->ascending )
      return Ascending;
    return Descending;
}

/*!
    Sets the sort order for the items in the list view to \a order.

    \sa setSorting()
*/
05709 void QListView::setSortOrder( SortOrder order )
{
    setSorting( d->sortcolumn, order == Ascending ? TRUE : FALSE );
}

/*!
    Sorts the list view using the last sorting configuration (sort
    column and ascending/descending).
*/

05719 void QListView::sort()
{
    if ( d->r )
      d->r->sort();
}

/*!
    \property QListView::itemMargin
    \brief the advisory item margin that list items may use

    The item margin defaults to one pixel and is the margin between
    the item's edges and the area where it draws its contents.
    QListViewItem::paintFocus() draws in the margin.

    \sa QListViewItem::paintCell()
*/

void QListView::setItemMargin( int m )
{
    if ( d->margin == m )
      return;
    d->margin = m;
    if ( isVisible() ) {
      if ( d->drawables )
          d->drawables->clear();
      triggerUpdate();
    }
}

int QListView::itemMargin() const
{
    return d->margin;
}


/*!
    \fn void QListView::rightButtonClicked( QListViewItem *, const QPoint&, int )

    This signal is emitted when the right button is clicked (i.e. when
    it's released). The arguments are the relevant QListViewItem (may
    be 0), the point in global coordinates and the relevant column (or
    -1 if the click was outside the list).
*/


/*!
    \fn void QListView::rightButtonPressed (QListViewItem *, const QPoint &, int)

    This signal is emitted when the right button is pressed. The
    arguments are the relevant QListViewItem (may be 0), the point in
    global coordinates and the relevant column (or -1 if the click was
    outside the list).
*/

/*!
    \fn void QListView::contextMenuRequested( QListViewItem *item, const QPoint & pos, int col )

    This signal is emitted when the user invokes a context menu with
    the right mouse button or with special system keys. If the
    keyboard was used \a item is the current item; if the mouse was
    used, \a item is the item under the mouse pointer or 0 if there is
    no item under the mouse pointer. If no item is clicked, the column
    index emitted is -1.

    \a pos is the position for the context menu in the global
    coordinate system.

    \a col is the column on which the user pressed, or -1 if the
    signal was triggered by a key event.
*/

/*!
    \reimp
*/
05793 void QListView::styleChange( QStyle& old )
{
    QScrollView::styleChange( old );
    reconfigureItems();
}


/*!
    \reimp
*/
05803 void QListView::setFont( const QFont & f )
{
    QScrollView::setFont( f );
    reconfigureItems();
}


/*!
    \reimp
*/
05813 void QListView::setPalette( const QPalette & p )
{
    QScrollView::setPalette( p );
    reconfigureItems();
}


/*!
    Ensures that setup() is called for all currently visible items,
    and that it will be called for currently invisible items as soon
    as their parents are opened.

    (A visible item, here, is an item whose parents are all open. The
    item may happen to be off-screen.)

    \sa QListViewItem::setup()
*/

05831 void QListView::reconfigureItems()
{
    d->fontMetricsHeight = fontMetrics().height();
    d->minLeftBearing = fontMetrics().minLeftBearing();
    d->minRightBearing = fontMetrics().minRightBearing();
    d->ellipsisWidth = fontMetrics().width( "..." ) * 2;
    d->r->setOpen( FALSE );
    d->r->configured = FALSE;
    d->r->setOpen( TRUE );
}

/*!
    Ensures that the width mode of column \a c is updated according to
    the width of \a item.
*/

05847 void QListView::widthChanged( const QListViewItem* item, int c )
{
    if ( c >= d->h->count() )
      return;


    QFontMetrics fm = fontMetrics();
    int col = c < 0 ? 0 : c;
    while ( col == c || ( c < 0 && col < d->h->count() ) ) {
      if ( d->column[col]->wmode == Maximum ) {
          int w = item->width( fm, this, col );
          if ( showSortIndicator() ) {
            int tw = d->h->sectionSizeHint( col, fm ).width();
            tw += 40; //add space for the sort indicator
            w = QMAX( w, tw );
          }
          if ( col == 0 ) {
            int indent = treeStepSize() * item->depth();
            if ( rootIsDecorated() )
                indent += treeStepSize();
            w += indent;
          }
          if ( w > columnWidth( col ) && !d->h->isStretchEnabled() && !d->h->isStretchEnabled( col ) ) {
            d->updateHeader = TRUE;
            setColumnWidth( col, w );
          }
      }
      col++;
    }
}

/*!
    \property QListView::allColumnsShowFocus
    \brief whether items should show keyboard focus using all columns

    If this property is TRUE all columns will show focus and selection
    states, otherwise only column 0 will show focus.

    The default is FALSE.

    Setting this to TRUE if it's not necessary may cause noticeable
    flicker.
*/

void QListView::setAllColumnsShowFocus( bool enable )
{
    d->allColumnsShowFocus = enable;
}

bool QListView::allColumnsShowFocus() const
{
    return d->allColumnsShowFocus;
}


/*!
    Returns the first item in this QListView. Returns 0 if there is no
    first item.

    A list view's items can be traversed using firstChild()
    and nextSibling() or using a QListViewItemIterator.

    \sa itemAt() QListViewItem::itemBelow() QListViewItem::itemAbove()
*/

05912 QListViewItem * QListView::firstChild() const
{
    if ( !d->r )
      return 0;

    d->r->enforceSortOrder();
    return d->r->childItem;
}

/*!
    Returns the last item in the list view tree. Returns 0 if there
    are no items in the QListView.

    This function is slow because it traverses the entire tree to find
    the last item.
*/

05929 QListViewItem* QListView::lastItem() const
{
    QListViewItem* item = firstChild();
    if ( item ) {
      while ( item->nextSibling() || item->firstChild() ) {
          if ( item->nextSibling() )
            item = item->nextSibling();
          else
            item = item->firstChild();
      }
    }
    return item;
}

/*!
    Repaints this item on the screen if it is currently visible.
*/

05947 void QListViewItem::repaint() const
{
    QListView *lv = listView();
    if ( lv )
      lv->repaintItem( this );
}


/*!
    Repaints \a item on the screen if \a item is currently visible.
    Takes care to avoid multiple repaints.
*/

05960 void QListView::repaintItem( const QListViewItem * item ) const
{
    if ( !item )
      return;
    d->dirtyItemTimer->start( 0, TRUE );
    if ( !d->dirtyItems )
      d->dirtyItems = new QPtrDict<void>();
    d->dirtyItems->replace( (void *)item, (void *)item );
}


struct QCheckListItemPrivate
{
    QCheckListItemPrivate():
      exclusive( 0 ),
      currentState( QCheckListItem::Off ),
      statesDict( 0 ),
      tristate( FALSE ) {}

    QCheckListItem *exclusive;
    QCheckListItem::ToggleState currentState;
    QPtrDict<QCheckListItem::ToggleState> *statesDict;
    bool tristate;
};


/*!
    \class QCheckListItem
    \brief The QCheckListItem class provides checkable list view items.

    \ingroup advanced

    QCheckListItems are used in \l{QListView}s to provide
    \l{QListViewItem}s that are checkboxes, radio buttons or
    controllers.

    Checkbox and controller check list items may be inserted at any
    level in a list view. Radio button check list items must be
    children of a controller check list item.

    The item can be checked or unchecked with setOn(). Its type can be
    retrieved with type() and its text retrieved with text().

    \img qlistviewitems.png List View Items

    \sa QListViewItem QListView
*/

// ### obscenity is warranted.

/*!
    \enum QCheckListItem::Type

    This enum type specifies a QCheckListItem's type:

    \value RadioButton
    \value CheckBox
    \value Controller \e obsolete (use \c RadioButtonController instead)
    \value RadioButtonController
    \value CheckBoxController
*/

/*!
    \enum QCheckListItem::ToggleState

    This enum specifies a QCheckListItem's toggle state.

    \value Off
    \value NoChange
    \value On
*/


/*!
    Constructs a checkable item with parent \a parent, text \a text
    and of type \a tt. Note that a \c RadioButton must be the child of a
    \c RadioButtonController, otherwise it will not toggle.
*/
06038 QCheckListItem::QCheckListItem( QCheckListItem *parent, const QString &text,
                        Type tt )
    : QListViewItem( parent, text, QString::null )
{
    myType = tt;
    init();
    if ( myType == RadioButton ) {
      if ( parent->type() != RadioButtonController )
          qWarning( "QCheckListItem::QCheckListItem(), radio button must be "
                  "child of a controller" );
      else
          d->exclusive = parent;
    }
}

/*!
    Constructs a checkable item with parent \a parent, which is after
    \a after in the parent's list of children, and with text \a text
    and of type \a tt. Note that a \c RadioButton must be the child of
    a \c RadioButtonController, otherwise it will not toggle.
*/
06059 QCheckListItem::QCheckListItem( QCheckListItem *parent, QListViewItem *after,
                        const QString &text, Type tt )
    : QListViewItem( parent, after, text )
{
    myType = tt;
    init();
    if ( myType == RadioButton ) {
      if ( parent->type() != RadioButtonController )
          qWarning( "QCheckListItem::QCheckListItem(), radio button must be "
                  "child of a controller" );
      else
          d->exclusive = parent;
    }
}

/*!
    Constructs a checkable item with parent \a parent, text \a text
    and of type \a tt. Note that this item must \e not be a \c
    RadioButton. Radio buttons must be children of a \c
    RadioButtonController.
*/
06080 QCheckListItem::QCheckListItem( QListViewItem *parent, const QString &text,
                        Type tt )
    : QListViewItem( parent, text, QString::null )
{
    myType = tt;
    if ( myType == RadioButton ) {
      qWarning( "QCheckListItem::QCheckListItem(), radio button must be "
             "child of a QCheckListItem" );
    }
    init();
}

/*!
    Constructs a checkable item with parent \a parent, which is after
    \a after in the parent's list of children, with text \a text and
    of type \a tt. Note that this item must \e not be a \c
    RadioButton. Radio buttons must be children of a \c
    RadioButtonController.
*/
06099 QCheckListItem::QCheckListItem( QListViewItem *parent, QListViewItem *after,
                        const QString &text, Type tt )
    : QListViewItem( parent, after, text )
{
    myType = tt;
    if ( myType == RadioButton ) {
      qWarning( "QCheckListItem::QCheckListItem(), radio button must be "
              "child of a QCheckListItem" );
    }
    init();
}


/*!
    Constructs a checkable item with parent \a parent, text \a text
    and of type \a tt. Note that \a tt must \e not be \c RadioButton.
    Radio buttons must be children of a \c RadioButtonController.
*/
06117 QCheckListItem::QCheckListItem( QListView *parent, const QString &text,
                        Type tt )
    : QListViewItem( parent, text )
{
    myType = tt;
    if ( tt == RadioButton )
      qWarning( "QCheckListItem::QCheckListItem(), radio button must be "
             "child of a QCheckListItem" );
    init();
}

/*!
    Constructs a checkable item with parent \a parent, which is after
    \a after in the parent's list of children, with text \a text and
    of type \a tt. Note that \a tt must \e not be \c RadioButton.
    Radio buttons must be children of a \c RadioButtonController.
*/
06134 QCheckListItem::QCheckListItem( QListView *parent, QListViewItem *after,
                        const QString &text, Type tt )
    : QListViewItem( parent, after, text )
{
    myType = tt;
    if ( tt == RadioButton )
      qWarning( "QCheckListItem::QCheckListItem(), radio button must be "
              "child of a QCheckListItem" );
    init();
}


int QCheckListItem::RTTI = 1;

/* \reimp */

06150 int QCheckListItem::rtti() const
{
    return RTTI;
}

/*!
    Constructs a \c RadioButtonController item with parent \a parent,
    text \a text and pixmap \a p.
*/
06159 QCheckListItem::QCheckListItem( QListView *parent, const QString &text,
                        const QPixmap & p )
    : QListViewItem( parent, text )
{
    myType = RadioButtonController;
    setPixmap( 0, p );
    init();
}

/*!
    Constructs a \c RadioButtonController item with parent \a parent,
    text \a text and pixmap \a p.
*/
06172 QCheckListItem::QCheckListItem( QListViewItem *parent, const QString &text,
                        const QPixmap & p )
    : QListViewItem( parent, text )
{
    myType = RadioButtonController;
    setPixmap( 0, p );
    init();
}

void QCheckListItem::init()
{
    d = new QCheckListItemPrivate();
    on = FALSE; // ### remove on ver 4
    if ( myType == CheckBoxController || myType == CheckBox ) {
      d->statesDict = new QPtrDict<ToggleState>(101);
      d->statesDict->setAutoDelete( TRUE );
    }
    // CheckBoxControllers by default have tristate set to TRUE
    if ( myType == CheckBoxController )
      setTristate( TRUE );
}

/*!
    Destroys the item, and all its children to any depth, freeing up
    all allocated resources.
*/
06198 QCheckListItem::~QCheckListItem()
{
    if ( myType == RadioButton
       && d->exclusive && d->exclusive->d
       && d->exclusive->d->exclusive == this )
      d->exclusive->turnOffChild();
    d->exclusive = 0; // so the children won't try to access us.
    if ( d->statesDict )
      delete d->statesDict;
    delete d;
    d = 0;
}

/*!
    \fn QCheckListItem::Type QCheckListItem::type() const

    Returns the type of this item.
*/

/*!
   \fn  bool QCheckListItem::isOn() const

    Returns TRUE if the item is toggled on; otherwise returns FALSE.
*/

/*!
   Sets tristate to \a b if the \c Type is either a \c CheckBoxController or
   a \c CheckBox.

   \c CheckBoxControllers are tristate by default.

   \sa state() isTristate()
*/
06231 void QCheckListItem::setTristate( bool b )
{
    if ( ( myType != CheckBoxController ) && ( myType != CheckBox ) ) {
      qWarning( "QCheckListItem::setTristate(), has no effect on RadioButton "
              "or RadioButtonController." );
      return;
    }
    d->tristate = b;
}

/*!
   Returns TRUE if the item is tristate; otherwise returns FALSE.

   \sa setTristate()
*/
06246 bool QCheckListItem::isTristate() const
{
    return d->tristate;
}

/*!
    Returns the state of the item.

    \sa QCheckListItem::ToggleState
*/
06256 QCheckListItem::ToggleState QCheckListItem::state() const
{
    if ( !isTristate() && internalState() == NoChange )
      return Off;
    else
      return d->currentState;
}

/*
  Same as the public state() except this one does not mask NoChange into Off
  when tristate is disabled.
*/
QCheckListItem::ToggleState QCheckListItem::internalState() const
{
    return d->currentState;
}




/*!
    Sets the toggle state of the checklistitem to \a s. \a s can be
    \c Off, \c NoChange or \c On.

    Tristate can only be enabled for \c CheckBox or \c CheckBoxController,
    therefore the \c NoChange only applies to them.

    Setting the state to \c On or \c Off on a \c CheckBoxController
    will recursivly set the states of its children to the same state.

    Setting the state to \c NoChange on a \c CheckBoxController will
    make it recursivly recall the previous stored state of its
    children. If there was no previous stored state the children are
    all set to \c On.
*/
06291 void QCheckListItem::setState( ToggleState s )
{
    if ( myType == CheckBoxController && state() == NoChange )
      updateStoredState( (void*) this );
    setState( s, TRUE, TRUE );
}

/*
  Sets the toggle state of the checklistitems. \a update tells if the
  controller / parent controller should be aware of these changes, \a store
  tells if the parent should store its children if certain conditions arise
*/
void QCheckListItem::setState( ToggleState s, bool update, bool store)
{

    if ( s == internalState() )
      return;

    if ( myType == CheckBox ) {
      setCurrentState( s );
      stateChange( state() );
      if ( update && parent() && parent()->rtti() == 1
           && ((QCheckListItem*)parent())->type() == CheckBoxController )
          ((QCheckListItem*)parent())->updateController( update, store );
    } else if ( myType == CheckBoxController ) {
      if ( s == NoChange && childCount()) {
          restoreState( (void*) this );
      } else {
          QListViewItem *item = firstChild();
          int childCount = 0;
          while( item ) {
            if ( item->rtti() == 1 &&
                 ( ((QCheckListItem*)item)->type() == CheckBox ||
                   ((QCheckListItem*)item)->type() == CheckBoxController ) ) {
                QCheckListItem *checkItem = (QCheckListItem*)item;
                checkItem->setState( s, FALSE, FALSE );
                childCount++;
            }
            item = item->nextSibling();
          }
          if ( update ) {
            if ( childCount > 0 ) {
                ToggleState oldState = internalState();
                updateController( FALSE, FALSE );
                if ( oldState != internalState() &&
                   parent() && parent()->rtti() == 1 &&
                   ((QCheckListItem*)parent())->type() == CheckBoxController )
                  ((QCheckListItem*)parent())->updateController( update, store );

                  updateController( update, store );
            } else {
                // if there are no children we simply set the CheckBoxController and update its parent
                setCurrentState( s );
                stateChange( state() );
                if ( parent() && parent()->rtti() == 1
                   && ((QCheckListItem*)parent())->type() == CheckBoxController )
                  ((QCheckListItem*)parent())->updateController( update, store );
            }
          } else {
            setCurrentState( s );
            stateChange( state() );
          }

      }
    } else if ( myType == RadioButton ) {
      if ( s == On ) {
          if ( d->exclusive && d->exclusive->d->exclusive != this )
            d->exclusive->turnOffChild();
          setCurrentState( s );
          if ( d->exclusive )
            d->exclusive->d->exclusive = this;
      } else {
          if ( d->exclusive && d->exclusive->d->exclusive == this )
            d->exclusive->d->exclusive = 0;
          setCurrentState( Off );
      }
      stateChange( state() );
    }
    repaint();
}

/*
  this function is needed becase we need to update "on" everytime
  we update d->currentState. In order to retain binary compatibility
  the inline function isOn() needs the "on" bool
  ### should be changed in ver 4
*/
void QCheckListItem::setCurrentState( ToggleState s )
{
    ToggleState old = d->currentState;
    d->currentState = s;
    if (d->currentState == On)
      on = TRUE;
    else
      on = FALSE;

#if defined(QT_ACCESSIBILITY_SUPPORT)
    if ( old != d->currentState && listView() )
      QAccessible::updateAccessibility( listView()->viewport(), indexOfItem( this ), QAccessible::StateChanged );
#else
    Q_UNUSED( old );
#endif
}



/*
  updates the internally stored state of this item for the parent (key)
*/
void QCheckListItem::setStoredState( ToggleState newState, void *key )
{
    if ( myType == CheckBox || myType == CheckBoxController )
      d->statesDict->replace( key, new ToggleState(newState) );
}

/*
  Returns the stored state for this item for the given key.
  If the key is not found it returns Off.
*/
QCheckListItem::ToggleState QCheckListItem::storedState( void *key ) const
{
    if ( !d->statesDict )
      return Off;

    ToggleState *foundState = d->statesDict->find( key );
    if ( foundState )
      return ToggleState( *foundState );
    else
      return Off;
}


/*!
    \fn QString QCheckListItem::text() const

    Returns the item's text.
*/


/*!
    If this is a \c RadioButtonController that has \c RadioButton
    children, turn off the child that is on.
*/
06434 void QCheckListItem::turnOffChild()
{
    if ( myType == RadioButtonController && d->exclusive )
      d->exclusive->setOn( FALSE );
}

/*!
    Toggle check box or set radio button to on.
*/
06443 void QCheckListItem::activate()
{
    QListView * lv = listView();

    if ( lv && !lv->isEnabled() || !isEnabled() )
      return;

    QPoint pos;
    int boxsize = lv->style().pixelMetric(QStyle::PM_CheckListButtonSize, lv);
    if ( activatedPos( pos ) ) {
      bool parentControl = FALSE;
      if ( parent() && parent()->rtti() == 1  &&
          ((QCheckListItem*) parent())->type() == RadioButtonController )
          parentControl = TRUE;

      int x = parentControl ? 0 : 3;
      int align = lv->columnAlignment( 0 );
      int marg = lv->itemMargin();
      int y = 0;

      if ( align & AlignVCenter )
          y = ( ( height() - boxsize ) / 2 ) + marg;
      else
          y = (lv->fontMetrics().height() + 2 + marg - boxsize) / 2;

      QRect r( x, y, boxsize-3, boxsize-3 );
      // columns might have been swapped
      r.moveBy( lv->header()->sectionPos( 0 ), 0 );
      if ( !r.contains( pos ) )
          return;
    }
    if ( ( myType == CheckBox ) || ( myType == CheckBoxController) )  {
      switch ( internalState() ) {
      case On:
          setState( Off );
          break;
      case Off:
          if ( !isTristate() && myType == CheckBox ) {
            setState( On );
          } else {
            setState( NoChange );
            if ( myType == CheckBoxController && internalState() != NoChange )
                setState( On );
          }
          break;
      case NoChange:
          setState( On );
          break;
      }
      ignoreDoubleClick();
    } else if ( myType == RadioButton ) {
      setOn( TRUE );
      ignoreDoubleClick();
    }
}

/*!
    Sets the button on if \a b is TRUE, otherwise sets it off.
    Maintains radio button exclusivity.
*/
06503 void QCheckListItem::setOn( bool b  )
{
    if ( b )
      setState( On , TRUE, TRUE );
    else
      setState( Off , TRUE, TRUE );
}


/*!
    This virtual function is called when the item changes its state.
    \c NoChange (if tristate is enabled and the type is either \c
    CheckBox or \c CheckBoxController) reports the same as \c Off, so
    use state() to determine if the state is actually \c Off or \c
    NoChange.
*/
06519 void QCheckListItem::stateChange( bool )
{
}

/*
  Calls the public virtual function if the state is changed to either On, NoChange or Off.
  NoChange reports the same as Off - ### should be fixed in ver4
*/
void QCheckListItem::stateChange( ToggleState s )
{
    stateChange( s == On );
}

/*
  sets the state of the CheckBox and CheckBoxController back to
  previous stored state
*/
void QCheckListItem::restoreState( void *key, int depth )
{
    switch ( type() ) {
    case CheckBox:
      setCurrentState( storedState( key ) );
      stateChange( state() );
      repaint();
      break;
    case CheckBoxController: {
      QListViewItem *item = firstChild();
      int childCount = 0;
      while ( item ) {
          // recursively calling restoreState for children of type CheckBox and CheckBoxController
          if ( item->rtti() == 1 &&
             ( ((QCheckListItem*)item)->type() == CheckBox ||
               ((QCheckListItem*)item)->type() == CheckBoxController ) ) {
            ((QCheckListItem*)item)->restoreState( key , depth+1 );
            childCount++;
          }
          item = item->nextSibling();
      }
      if ( childCount > 0 ) {
          if ( depth == 0 )
            updateController( TRUE );
          else
            updateController( FALSE );
      } else {
          // if there are no children we retrieve the CheckBoxController state directly.
          setState( storedState( key ), TRUE, FALSE );
      }
    }
      break;
    default:
      break;
    }
}


/*
  Checks the childrens state and updates the controllers state
  if necessary. If the controllers state change, then his parent again is
  called to update itself.
*/
void QCheckListItem::updateController( bool update , bool store )
{
    if ( myType != CheckBoxController )
      return;

    QCheckListItem *controller = 0;
    // checks if this CheckBoxController has another CheckBoxController as parent
    if ( parent() && parent()->rtti() == 1
       && ((QCheckListItem*)parent())->type() == CheckBoxController )
      controller = (QCheckListItem*)parent();

    ToggleState theState = Off;
    bool first = TRUE;
    QListViewItem *item = firstChild();
    while( item && theState != NoChange ) {
      if ( item->rtti() == 1 &&
           ( ((QCheckListItem*)item)->type() == CheckBox ||
             ((QCheckListItem*)item)->type() == CheckBoxController ) ) {
          QCheckListItem *checkItem = (QCheckListItem*)item;
          if ( first ) {
            theState = checkItem->internalState();
            first = FALSE;
          } else {
            if ( checkItem->internalState() == NoChange ||
                 theState != checkItem->internalState() )
                theState = NoChange;
            else
                theState = checkItem->internalState();
          }
      }
      item = item->nextSibling();
    }
    if ( internalState() != theState ) {
      setCurrentState( theState );
      if ( store && ( internalState() == On || internalState() == Off ) )
          updateStoredState( (void*) this );
      stateChange( state() );
      if ( update && controller ) {
          controller->updateController( update, store );
      }
      repaint();
    }
}


/*
  Makes all the children CheckBoxes update their storedState
*/
void QCheckListItem::updateStoredState( void *key )
{
    if ( myType != CheckBoxController )
      return;

    QListViewItem *item = firstChild();
    while( item ) {
      if ( item->rtti() == 1 ) {
          QCheckListItem *checkItem = (QCheckListItem*)item;
          if ( checkItem->type() == CheckBox )
            checkItem->setStoredState( checkItem->internalState(), key );
          else if (checkItem->type() == CheckBoxController )
            checkItem->updateStoredState( key );
      }
      item = item->nextSibling();
    }
    // this state is only needed if the CheckBoxController has no CheckBox / CheckBoxController children.
    setStoredState( internalState() , key );
}


/*!
    \reimp
*/
06651 void QCheckListItem::setup()
{
    QListViewItem::setup();
    int h = height();
    QListView *lv = listView();
    if ( lv )
      h = QMAX( lv->style().pixelMetric(QStyle::PM_CheckListButtonSize, lv),
              h );
    h = QMAX( h, QApplication::globalStrut().height() );
    setHeight( h );
}

/*!
    \reimp
*/

06667 int QCheckListItem::width( const QFontMetrics& fm, const QListView* lv, int column) const
{
    int r = QListViewItem::width( fm, lv, column );
    if ( column == 0 ) {
      r += lv->itemMargin();
      if ( myType == RadioButtonController && pixmap( 0 ) ) {
          //           r += 0;
      } else {
          r +=  lv->style().pixelMetric(QStyle::PM_CheckListButtonSize, lv) + 4;
      }
    }
    return QMAX( r, QApplication::globalStrut().width() );
}

/*!
    Paints the item using the painter \a p and the color group \a cg.
    The item is in column \a column, has width \a width and has
    alignment \a align. (See Qt::AlignmentFlags for valid alignments.)
*/
06686 void QCheckListItem::paintCell( QPainter * p, const QColorGroup & cg,
                         int column, int width, int align )
{
    if ( !p )
      return;

    QListView *lv = listView();
    if ( !lv )
      return;

    const BackgroundMode bgmode = lv->viewport()->backgroundMode();
    const QColorGroup::ColorRole crole = QPalette::backgroundRoleFromMode( bgmode );
    if ( cg.brush( crole ) != lv->colorGroup().brush( crole ) )
      p->fillRect( 0, 0, width, height(), cg.brush( crole ) );
    else
      lv->paintEmptyArea( p, QRect( 0, 0, width, height() ) );

    if ( column != 0 ) {
      // The rest is text, or for subclasses to change.
      QListViewItem::paintCell( p, cg, column, width, align );
      return;
    }

    bool parentControl = FALSE;
    if ( parent() && parent()->rtti() == 1  &&
       ((QCheckListItem*) parent())->type() == RadioButtonController )
      parentControl = TRUE;

    QFontMetrics fm( lv->fontMetrics() );
    int boxsize = lv->style().pixelMetric( myType == RadioButtonController ? QStyle::PM_CheckListControllerSize :
                                 QStyle::PM_CheckListButtonSize, lv);
    int marg = lv->itemMargin();
    int r = marg;

    // Draw controller / checkbox / radiobutton ---------------------
    int styleflags = QStyle::Style_Default;
    if ( internalState() == On ) {
      styleflags |= QStyle::Style_On;
    } else if ( internalState() == NoChange ) {
      if ( myType == CheckBoxController && !isTristate() )
          styleflags |= QStyle::Style_Off;
      else
          styleflags |= QStyle::Style_NoChange;
    } else {
      styleflags |= QStyle::Style_Off;
    }
    if ( isSelected() )
      styleflags |= QStyle::Style_Selected;
    if ( isEnabled() && lv->isEnabled() )
      styleflags |= QStyle::Style_Enabled;

    if ( myType == RadioButtonController ) {
      int x = 0;
      if(!parentControl)
          x += 3;
      if ( !pixmap( 0 ) ) {
          lv->style().drawPrimitive(QStyle::PE_CheckListController, p,
                          QRect(x, 0, boxsize,
                              fm.height() + 2 + marg),
                          cg, styleflags, QStyleOption(this));
          r += boxsize + 4;
      }
    } else {
      Q_ASSERT( lv ); //###
      int x = 0;
      int y = 0;
      if ( !parentControl )
          x += 3;
      if ( align & AlignVCenter )
          y = ( ( height() - boxsize ) / 2 ) + marg;
      else
          y = (fm.height() + 2 + marg - boxsize) / 2;

      if ( ( myType == CheckBox ) || ( myType == CheckBoxController ) ) {
          lv->style().drawPrimitive(QStyle::PE_CheckListIndicator, p,
                              QRect(x, y, boxsize,
                                  fm.height() + 2 + marg),
                              cg, styleflags, QStyleOption(this));
      } else { //radio button look
          lv->style().drawPrimitive(QStyle::PE_CheckListExclusiveIndicator,
                                    p, QRect(x, y, boxsize,
                                           fm.height() + 2 + marg),
                                    cg, styleflags, QStyleOption(this));
      }
      r += boxsize + 4;
    }

    // Draw text ----------------------------------------------------
    p->translate( r, 0 );
    p->setPen( QPen( cg.text() ) );
    QListViewItem::paintCell( p, cg, column, width - r, align );
}

/*!
    Draws the focus rectangle \a r using the color group \a cg on the
    painter \a p.
*/
06783 void QCheckListItem::paintFocus( QPainter *p, const QColorGroup & cg,
                         const QRect & r )
{
    bool intersect = TRUE;
    QListView *lv = listView();
    if ( lv && lv->header()->mapToActual( 0 ) != 0 ) {
      int xdepth = lv->treeStepSize() * ( depth() + ( lv->rootIsDecorated() ? 1 : 0) ) + lv->itemMargin();
      int p = lv->header()->cellPos( lv->header()->mapToActual( 0 ) );
      xdepth += p;
      intersect = r.intersects( QRect( p, r.y(), xdepth - p + 1, r.height() ) );
    }
    bool parentControl = FALSE;
    if ( parent() && parent()->rtti() == 1  &&
       ((QCheckListItem*) parent())->type() == RadioButtonController )
      parentControl = TRUE;
    if ( myType != RadioButtonController && intersect &&
       (lv->rootIsDecorated() || myType == RadioButton ||
        (myType == CheckBox && parentControl) ) ) {
      QRect rect;
      int boxsize = lv->style().pixelMetric(QStyle::PM_CheckListButtonSize, lv);
      if ( lv->columnAlignment(0) == AlignCenter ) {
          QFontMetrics fm( lv->font() );
          int bx = (lv->columnWidth(0) - (boxsize + fm.width(text())))/2 + boxsize;
          if ( bx < 0 ) bx = 0;
          rect.setRect( r.x() + bx + 5, r.y(), r.width() - bx - 5,
                    r.height() );
      } else
          rect.setRect( r.x() + boxsize + 5, r.y(), r.width() - boxsize - 5,
                    r.height() );
      QListViewItem::paintFocus(p, cg, rect);
    } else {
      QListViewItem::paintFocus(p, cg, r);
    }
}

/*!
    \reimp
*/
06821 QSize QListView::sizeHint() const
{
    if ( cachedSizeHint().isValid() )
      return cachedSizeHint();

    constPolish();

    if ( !isVisible() && (!d->drawables || d->drawables->isEmpty()) )
      // force the column widths to sanity, if possible
      buildDrawableList();

    QSize s( d->h->sizeHint() );
    if ( verticalScrollBar()->isVisible() )
      s.setWidth( s.width() + style().pixelMetric(QStyle::PM_ScrollBarExtent) );
    s += QSize(frameWidth()*2,frameWidth()*2);
    QListViewItem * l = d->r;
    while( l && !l->height() )
      l = l->childItem ? l->childItem : l->siblingItem;

    if ( l && l->height() )
      s.setHeight( s.height() + 10 * l->height() );
    else
      s.setHeight( s.height() + 140 );

    if ( s.width() > s.height() * 3 )
      s.setHeight( s.width() / 3 );
    else if ( s.width() *3 < s.height() )
      s.setHeight( s.width() * 3 );

    setCachedSizeHint( s );

    return s;
}


/*!
    \reimp
*/

06860 QSize QListView::minimumSizeHint() const
{
    return QScrollView::minimumSizeHint();
}


/*!
    Sets \a item to be open if \a open is TRUE and \a item is
    expandable, and to be closed if \a open is FALSE. Repaints
    accordingly.

    \sa QListViewItem::setOpen() QListViewItem::setExpandable()
*/

06874 void QListView::setOpen( QListViewItem * item, bool open )
{
    if ( !item ||
      item->isOpen() == open ||
      (open && !item->childCount() && !item->isExpandable()) )
      return;

    QListViewItem* nextParent = 0;
    if ( open )
      nextParent = item->itemBelow();

    item->setOpen( open );

    if ( open ) {
      QListViewItem* lastChild = item;
      QListViewItem* tmp;
      while ( TRUE ) {
          tmp = lastChild->itemBelow();
          if ( !tmp || tmp == nextParent )
            break;
          lastChild = tmp;
      }
      ensureItemVisible( lastChild );
      ensureItemVisible( item );
    }
    if ( d->drawables )
      d->drawables->clear();
    buildDrawableList();

    QListViewPrivate::DrawableItem * c = d->drawables->first();

    while( c && c->i && c->i != item )
      c = d->drawables->next();

    if ( c && c->i == item ) {
      d->dirtyItemTimer->start( 0, TRUE );
      if ( !d->dirtyItems )
          d->dirtyItems = new QPtrDict<void>();
      while( c && c->i ) {
          d->dirtyItems->insert( (void *)(c->i), (void *)(c->i) );
          c = d->drawables->next();
      }
    }
}


/*!
    Identical to \a{item}->isOpen(). Provided for completeness.

    \sa setOpen()
*/

06926 bool QListView::isOpen( const QListViewItem * item ) const
{
    return item->isOpen();
}


/*!
    \property QListView::rootIsDecorated
    \brief whether the list view shows open/close signs on root items

    Open/close signs are small <b>+</b> or <b>-</b> symbols in windows
    style, or arrows in Motif style. The default is FALSE.
*/

void QListView::setRootIsDecorated( bool enable )
{
    if ( enable != (bool)d->rootIsExpandable ) {
      d->rootIsExpandable = enable;
      if ( isVisible() )
          triggerUpdate();
    }
}

bool QListView::rootIsDecorated() const
{
    return d->rootIsExpandable;
}


/*!
    Ensures that item \a i is visible, scrolling the list view
    vertically if necessary and opening (expanding) any parent items
    if this is required to show the item.

    \sa itemRect() QScrollView::ensureVisible()
*/

06963 void QListView::ensureItemVisible( const QListViewItem * i )
{
    if ( !i || !i->isVisible() )
      return;

    QListViewItem *parent = i->parent();
    while ( parent ) {
      if ( !parent->isOpen() )
          parent->setOpen( TRUE );
      parent = parent->parent();
    }

    if ( d->r->maybeTotalHeight < 0 )
      updateGeometries();
    int y = itemPos( i );
    int h = i->height();
    if ( isVisible() && y + h > contentsY() + visibleHeight() )
      setContentsPos( contentsX(), y - visibleHeight() + h );
    else if ( !isVisible() || y < contentsY() )
      setContentsPos( contentsX(), y );
}


/*!
    \fn QString QCheckListItem::text( int n ) const

    \reimp
*/

/*!
    Returns the QHeader object that manages this list view's columns.
    Please don't modify the header behind the list view's back.

    You may safely call QHeader::setClickEnabled(),
    QHeader::setResizeEnabled(), QHeader::setMovingEnabled(),
    QHeader::hide() and all the const QHeader functions.
*/

07001 QHeader * QListView::header() const
{
    return d->h;
}


/*!
    \property QListView::childCount
    \brief the number of parentless (top-level) QListViewItem objects in this QListView

    Holds the current number of parentless (top-level) QListViewItem
    objects in this QListView.

    \sa QListViewItem::childCount()
*/

int QListView::childCount() const
{
    if ( d->r )
      return d->r->childCount();
    return 0;
}


/*
    Moves this item to just after \a olderSibling. \a olderSibling and
    this object must have the same parent.

    If you need to move an item in the hierarchy use takeItem() and
    insertItem().
*/

void QListViewItem::moveToJustAfter( QListViewItem * olderSibling )
{
    if ( parentItem && olderSibling &&
       olderSibling->parentItem == parentItem && olderSibling != this ) {
      if ( parentItem->childItem == this ) {
          parentItem->childItem = siblingItem;
      } else {
          QListViewItem * i = parentItem->childItem;
          while( i && i->siblingItem != this )
            i = i->siblingItem;
          if ( i )
            i->siblingItem = siblingItem;
      }
      siblingItem = olderSibling->siblingItem;
      olderSibling->siblingItem = this;
      parentItem->lsc = Unsorted;
    }
}

/*!
    Move the item to be after item \a after, which must be one of the
    item's siblings. To move an item in the hierarchy, use takeItem()
    and insertItem().

    Note that this function will have no effect if sorting is enabled
    in the list view.
*/

07061 void QListViewItem::moveItem( QListViewItem *after )
{
    if ( !after || after == this )
      return;
    if ( parent() != after->parent() ) {
      if ( parentItem )
          parentItem->takeItem( this );
      if ( after->parentItem ) {
          int tmpLsc = after->parentItem->lsc;
          after->parentItem->insertItem( this );
          after->parentItem->lsc = tmpLsc;
      }
    }
    moveToJustAfter( after );
    QListView *lv = listView();
    if ( lv )
      lv->triggerUpdate();
}

/*
    Recursively sorts items, from the root to this item.
    (enforceSortOrder() won't work the other way around, as
    documented.)
*/
void QListViewItem::enforceSortOrderBackToRoot()
{
    if ( parentItem ) {
      parentItem->enforceSortOrderBackToRoot();
      parentItem->enforceSortOrder();
    }
}

/*!
    \reimp
*/
07096 void QListView::showEvent( QShowEvent * )
{
    if ( d->drawables )
      d->drawables->clear();
    delete d->dirtyItems;
    d->dirtyItems = 0;
    d->dirtyItemTimer->stop();
    d->fullRepaintOnComlumnChange = TRUE;

    updateGeometries();
}


/*!
    Returns the y coordinate of this item in the list view's
    coordinate system. This function is normally much slower than
    QListView::itemAt(), but it works for all items whereas
    QListView::itemAt() normally only works for items on the screen.

    \sa QListView::itemAt() QListView::itemRect() QListView::itemPos()
*/

07118 int QListViewItem::itemPos() const
{
    QPtrStack<QListViewItem> s;
    QListViewItem * i = (QListViewItem *)this;
    while( i ) {
      s.push( i );
      i = i->parentItem;
    }

    int a = 0;
    QListViewItem * p = 0;
    while( s.count() ) {
      i = s.pop();
      if ( p ) {
          if ( !p->configured ) {
            p->configured = TRUE;
            p->setup(); // ### virtual non-const function called in const
          }
          a += p->height();
          QListViewItem * s = p->firstChild();
          while( s && s != i ) {
            a += s->totalHeight();
            s = s->nextSibling();
          }
      }
      p = i;
    }
    return a;
}


/*!
  \fn void QListView::removeItem( QListViewItem * )
  \obsolete

  This function has been renamed takeItem().
*/

/*!
    Removes item \a i from the list view; \a i must be a top-level
    item. The warnings regarding QListViewItem::takeItem() apply to
    this function, too.

    \sa insertItem()
*/
07163 void QListView::takeItem( QListViewItem * i )
{
    if ( d->r )
      d->r->takeItem( i );
}


void QListView::openFocusItem()
{
    d->autoopenTimer->stop();
    if ( d->focusItem && !d->focusItem->isOpen() ) {
      d->focusItem->setOpen( TRUE );
      d->focusItem->repaint();
    }
}

static const int autoopenTime = 750;

#ifndef QT_NO_DRAGANDDROP

/*! \reimp */

07185 void QListView::contentsDragEnterEvent( QDragEnterEvent *e )
{
    d->oldFocusItem = d->focusItem;
    QListViewItem *i = d->focusItem;
    d->focusItem = itemAt( contentsToViewport( e->pos() ) );
    if ( i )
      i->repaint();
    if ( d->focusItem ) {
      d->autoopenTimer->start( autoopenTime );
      d->focusItem->dragEntered();
      d->focusItem->repaint();
    }
    if ( i && i->dropEnabled() && i->acceptDrop( e ) || acceptDrops() )
      e->accept();
    else
      e->ignore();
}

/*! \reimp */

07205 void QListView::contentsDragMoveEvent( QDragMoveEvent *e )
{
    QListViewItem *i = d->focusItem;
    d->focusItem = itemAt( contentsToViewport( e->pos() ) );
    if ( i ) {
      if ( i != d->focusItem )
          i->dragLeft();
      i->repaint();
    }
    if ( d->focusItem ) {
      if ( i != d->focusItem ) {
          d->focusItem->dragEntered();
          d->autoopenTimer->stop();
          d->autoopenTimer->start( autoopenTime );
      }
      d->focusItem->repaint();
    } else {
      d->autoopenTimer->stop();
    }
    if ( i && i->dropEnabled() && i->acceptDrop( e ) || acceptDrops() )
      e->accept();
    else
      e->ignore();
}

/*! \reimp */

07232 void QListView::contentsDragLeaveEvent( QDragLeaveEvent * )
{
    d->autoopenTimer->stop();

    if ( d->focusItem )
      d->focusItem->dragLeft();

    setCurrentItem( d->oldFocusItem );
    d->oldFocusItem = 0;
}

/*! \reimp */

07245 void QListView::contentsDropEvent( QDropEvent *e )
{
    d->autoopenTimer->stop();

    setCurrentItem( d->oldFocusItem );
    QListViewItem *i = itemAt( contentsToViewport( e->pos() ) );
    if ( i && i->dropEnabled() && i->acceptDrop( e ) ) {
      i->dropped( e );
      e->accept();
    } else if ( acceptDrops() ) {
      emit dropped( e );
      e->accept();
    }
}

/*!
    If the user presses the mouse on an item and starts moving the
    mouse, and the item allow dragging (see
    QListViewItem::setDragEnabled()), this function is called to get a
    drag object and a drag is started unless dragObject() returns 0.

    By default this function returns 0. You should reimplement it and
    create a QDragObject depending on the selected items.
*/

07270 QDragObject *QListView::dragObject()
{
    return 0;
}

/*!
    Starts a drag.
*/

07279 void QListView::startDrag()
{
    if ( !d->startDragItem )
      return;

    d->startDragItem = 0;
    d->buttonDown = FALSE;

    QDragObject *drag = dragObject();
    if ( !drag )
      return;

    drag->drag();
}

#endif // QT_NO_DRAGANDDROP

/*!
    \property QListView::defaultRenameAction
    \brief What action to perform when the editor loses focus during renaming

    If this property is \c Accept, and the user renames an item and
    the editor loses focus (without the user pressing Enter), the
    item will still be renamed. If the property's value is \c Reject,
    the item will not be renamed unless the user presses Enter. The
    default is \c Reject.
*/

void QListView::setDefaultRenameAction( RenameAction a )
{
    d->defRenameAction = a;
}

QListView::RenameAction QListView::defaultRenameAction() const
{
    return d->defRenameAction;
}

/*!
    Returns TRUE if an item is being renamed; otherwise returns FALSE.
*/

07321 bool QListView::isRenaming() const
{
    return currentItem() && currentItem()->renameBox;
}

/**********************************************************************
 *
 * Class QListViewItemIterator
 *
 **********************************************************************/


/*!
    \class QListViewItemIterator
    \brief The QListViewItemIterator class provides an iterator for collections of QListViewItems.

    \ingroup advanced

    Construct an instance of a QListViewItemIterator, with either a
    QListView* or a QListViewItem* as argument, to operate on the tree
    of QListViewItems, starting from the argument.

    A QListViewItemIterator iterates over all the items from its
    starting point. This means that it always makes the first child of
    the current item the new current item. If there is no child, the
    next sibling becomes the new current item; and if there is no next
    sibling, the next sibling of the parent becomes current.

    The following example creates a list of all the items that have
    been selected by the user, storing pointers to the items in a
    QPtrList:
    \code
    QPtrList<QListViewItem> lst;
    QListViewItemIterator it( myListView );
    while ( it.current() ) {
      if ( it.current()->isSelected() )
          lst.append( it.current() );
      ++it;
    }
    \endcode

    An alternative approach is to use an \c IteratorFlag:
    \code
    QPtrList<QListViewItem> lst;
    QListViewItemIterator it( myListView, QListViewItemIterator::Selected );
    while ( it.current() ) {
      lst.append( it.current() );
      ++it;
    }
    \endcode

    A QListViewItemIterator provides a convenient and easy way to
    traverse a hierarchical QListView.

    Multiple QListViewItemIterators can operate on the tree of
    QListViewItems. A QListView knows about all iterators operating on
    its QListViewItems. So when a QListViewItem gets removed all
    iterators that point to this item are updated and point to the
    following item if possible, otherwise to a valid item before the
    current one or to 0. Note however that deleting the parent item of
    an item that an iterator points to is not safe.

    \sa QListView, QListViewItem
*/

/*!
    \enum QListViewItemIterator::IteratorFlag

    These flags can be passed to a QListViewItemIterator constructor
    (OR-ed together if more than one is used), so that the iterator
    will only iterate over items that match the given flags.

    \value Visible
    \value Invisible
    \value Selected
    \value Unselected
    \value Selectable
    \value NotSelectable
    \value DragEnabled
    \value DragDisabled
    \value DropEnabled
    \value DropDisabled
    \value Expandable
    \value NotExpandable
    \value Checked
    \value NotChecked
*/

/*!
    Constructs an empty iterator.
*/

07413 QListViewItemIterator::QListViewItemIterator()
    :  curr( 0 ), listView( 0 )
{
    init( 0 );
}

/*!
    Constructs an iterator for the QListView that contains the \a
    item. The current iterator item is set to point to the \a item.
*/

07424 QListViewItemIterator::QListViewItemIterator( QListViewItem *item )
    :  curr( item ), listView( 0 )
{
    init( 0 );

    if ( item ) {
      item->enforceSortOrderBackToRoot();
      listView = item->listView();
    }
    addToListView();
}

/*!
    Constructs an iterator for the QListView that contains the \a item
    using the flags \a iteratorFlags. The current iterator item is set
    to point to \a item or the next matching item if \a item doesn't
    match the flags.

    \sa QListViewItemIterator::IteratorFlag
*/

07445 QListViewItemIterator::QListViewItemIterator( QListViewItem *item, int iteratorFlags )
    :  curr( item ), listView( 0 )
{
    init( iteratorFlags );

    // go to next matching item if the current don't match
    if ( curr && !matchesFlags( curr ) )
      ++( *this );

    if ( curr ) {
      curr->enforceSortOrderBackToRoot();
      listView = curr->listView();
    }
    addToListView();
}


/*!
    Constructs an iterator for the same QListView as \a it. The
    current iterator item is set to point on the current item of \a
    it.
*/

07468 QListViewItemIterator::QListViewItemIterator( const QListViewItemIterator& it )
    : curr( it.curr ), listView( it.listView )
{
    init(it.d() ? it.d()->flags : 0);

    addToListView();
}

/*!
    Constructs an iterator for the QListView \a lv. The current
    iterator item is set to point on the first child (QListViewItem)
    of \a lv.
*/

07482 QListViewItemIterator::QListViewItemIterator( QListView *lv )
    : curr( lv->firstChild() ), listView( lv )
{
    init( 0 );

    addToListView();
}

/*!
    Constructs an iterator for the QListView \a lv with the flags \a
    iteratorFlags. The current iterator item is set to point on the
    first child (QListViewItem) of \a lv that matches the flags.

    \sa QListViewItemIterator::IteratorFlag
*/

07498 QListViewItemIterator::QListViewItemIterator( QListView *lv, int iteratorFlags )
    : curr ( lv->firstChild() ), listView( lv )
{
    init( iteratorFlags );

    addToListView();
    if ( !matchesFlags( curr ) )
      ++( *this );
}



/*!
    Assignment. Makes a copy of \a it and returns a reference to its
    iterator.
*/

07515 QListViewItemIterator &QListViewItemIterator::operator=( const QListViewItemIterator &it )
{
    if ( listView ) {
      if ( listView->d->iterators->removeRef( this ) ) {
          if ( listView->d->iterators->count() == 0 ) {
            delete listView->d->iterators;
            listView->d->iterators = 0;
          }
      }
    }

    listView = it.listView;
    addToListView();
    curr = it.curr;

    // sets flags to be the same as the input iterators flags
    if ( d() && it.d() )
      d()->flags = it.d()->flags;

    // go to next matching item if the current don't match
    if ( curr && !matchesFlags( curr ) )
      ++( *this );

    return *this;
}

/*!
    Destroys the iterator.
*/

07545 QListViewItemIterator::~QListViewItemIterator()
{
    if ( listView ) {
      if ( listView->d->iterators->removeRef( this ) ) {
          if ( listView->d->iterators->count() == 0 ) {
            delete listView->d->iterators;
            listView->d->iterators = 0;
          }
      }
    }
    // removs the d-ptr from the dict ( autodelete on), and deletes the
    // ptrdict if it becomes empty
    if ( qt_iteratorprivate_dict ) {
      qt_iteratorprivate_dict->remove( this );
      if ( qt_iteratorprivate_dict->isEmpty() ) {
          delete qt_iteratorprivate_dict;
          qt_iteratorprivate_dict = 0;
      }
    }
}

/*!
    Prefix ++. Makes the next item the new current item and returns
    it. Returns 0 if the current item is the last item or the
    QListView is 0.
*/

07572 QListViewItemIterator &QListViewItemIterator::operator++()
{
    if ( !curr )
      return *this;

    QListViewItem *item = curr->firstChild();
    if ( !item ) {
      while ( (item = curr->nextSibling()) == 0  ) {
          curr = curr->parent();
          if ( curr == 0 )
            break;
      }
    }
    curr = item;
    // if the next one doesn't match the flags we try one more ahead
    if ( curr && !matchesFlags( curr ) )
      ++( *this );
    return *this;
}

/*!
    \overload

    Postfix ++. Makes the next item the new current item and returns
    the item that \e was the current item.
*/

07599 const QListViewItemIterator QListViewItemIterator::operator++( int )
{
    QListViewItemIterator oldValue = *this;
    ++( *this );
    return oldValue;
}

/*!
    Sets the current item to the item \a j positions after the current
    item. If that item is beyond the last item, the current item is
    set to 0. Returns the current item.
*/

07612 QListViewItemIterator &QListViewItemIterator::operator+=( int j )
{
    while ( curr && j-- )
      ++( *this );

    return *this;
}

/*!
    Prefix --. Makes the previous item the new current item and
    returns it. Returns 0 if the current item is the first item or the
    QListView is 0.
*/

07626 QListViewItemIterator &QListViewItemIterator::operator--()
{
    if ( !curr )
      return *this;

    if ( !curr->parent() ) {
      // we are in the first depth
       if ( curr->listView() ) {
          if ( curr->listView()->firstChild() != curr ) {
            // go the previous sibling
            QListViewItem *i = curr->listView()->firstChild();
            while ( i && i->siblingItem != curr )
                i = i->siblingItem;

            curr = i;

            if ( i && i->firstChild() ) {
                // go to the last child of this item
                QListViewItemIterator it( curr->firstChild() );
                for ( ; it.current() && it.current()->parent(); ++it )
                  curr = it.current();
            }

            if ( curr && !matchesFlags( curr ) )
                --( *this );

            return *this;
          } else {
            //we are already the first child of the list view, so it's over
            curr = 0;
            return *this;
          }
      } else
          return *this;
    } else {
      QListViewItem *parent = curr->parent();

      if ( curr != parent->firstChild() ) {
          // go to the previous sibling
          QListViewItem *i = parent->firstChild();
          while ( i && i->siblingItem != curr )
            i = i->siblingItem;

          curr = i;

          if ( i && i->firstChild() ) {
            // go to the last child of this item
            QListViewItemIterator it( curr->firstChild() );
            for ( ; it.current() && it.current()->parent() != parent; ++it )
                curr = it.current();
          }

          if ( curr && !matchesFlags( curr ) )
            --( *this );

          return *this;
      } else {
          // make our parent the current item
          curr = parent;

          if ( curr && !matchesFlags( curr ) )
            --( *this );

          return *this;
      }
    }
}

/*!
    \overload

    Postfix --. Makes the previous item the new current item and
    returns the item that \e was the current item.
*/

07701 const QListViewItemIterator QListViewItemIterator::operator--( int )
{
    QListViewItemIterator oldValue = *this;
    --( *this );
    return oldValue;
}

/*!
    Sets the current item to the item \a j positions before the
    current item. If that item is before the first item, the current
    item is set to 0. Returns the current item.
*/

07714 QListViewItemIterator &QListViewItemIterator::operator-=( int j )
{
    while ( curr && j-- )
      --( *this );

    return *this;
}

/*!
    Dereference operator. Returns a reference to the current item. The
    same as current().
*/

07727 QListViewItem* QListViewItemIterator::operator*()
{
    if ( curr != 0 && !matchesFlags( curr ) )
      qWarning( "QListViewItemIterator::operator*() curr out of sync" );
    return curr;
}

/*!
    Returns iterator's current item.
*/

07738 QListViewItem *QListViewItemIterator::current() const
{
    if ( curr != 0 && !matchesFlags( curr ) )
      qWarning( "QListViewItemIterator::current() curr out of sync" );
    return curr;
}

QListViewItemIteratorPrivate* QListViewItemIterator::d() const
{
    return qt_iteratorprivate_dict ?
      qt_iteratorprivate_dict->find( (void *)this ) : 0;
}

void QListViewItemIterator::init( int iteratorFlags )
{
    // makes new global ptrdict if it doesn't exist
    if ( !qt_iteratorprivate_dict ) {
      qt_iteratorprivate_dict = new QPtrDict<QListViewItemIteratorPrivate>;
      qt_iteratorprivate_dict->setAutoDelete( TRUE );
    }

    // sets flag, or inserts new QListViewItemIteratorPrivate with flag
    if ( d() )
      d()->flags = iteratorFlags;
    else
      qt_iteratorprivate_dict->insert( this, new QListViewItemIteratorPrivate( iteratorFlags ) );
}


/*
    Adds this iterator to its QListView's list of iterators.
*/

void QListViewItemIterator::addToListView()
{
    if ( listView ) {
      if ( !listView->d->iterators ) {
          listView->d->iterators = new QPtrList<QListViewItemIterator>;
          Q_CHECK_PTR( listView->d->iterators );
      }
      listView->d->iterators->append( this );
    }
}

/*
    This function is called to notify the iterator that the current
    item has been deleted, and sets the current item point to another
    (valid) item or 0.
*/

void QListViewItemIterator::currentRemoved()
{
    if ( !curr ) return;

    if ( curr->parent() )
      curr = curr->parent();
    else if ( curr->nextSibling() )
      curr = curr->nextSibling();
    else if ( listView && listView->firstChild() &&
            listView->firstChild() != curr )
      curr = listView->firstChild();
    else
      curr = 0;
}

/*
  returns TRUE if the item \a item matches all of the flags set for the iterator
*/
bool QListViewItemIterator::matchesFlags( const QListViewItem *item ) const
{
    if ( !item )
      return FALSE;

    int flags = d() ? d()->flags : 0;

    if ( flags == 0 )
      return TRUE;

    if ( flags & Visible && !item->isVisible() )
      return FALSE;
    if ( flags & Invisible && item->isVisible() )
      return FALSE;
    if ( flags & Selected && !item->isSelected() )
      return FALSE;
    if ( flags & Unselected && item->isSelected() )
      return FALSE;
    if ( flags & Selectable && !item->isSelectable() )
      return FALSE;
    if ( flags & NotSelectable && item->isSelectable() )
      return FALSE;
    if ( flags & DragEnabled && !item->dragEnabled() )
      return FALSE;
    if ( flags & DragDisabled && item->dragEnabled() )
      return FALSE;
    if ( flags & DropEnabled && !item->dropEnabled() )
      return FALSE;
    if ( flags & DropDisabled && item->dropEnabled() )
      return FALSE;
    if ( flags & Expandable && !item->isExpandable() )
      return FALSE;
    if ( flags & NotExpandable && item->isExpandable() )
      return FALSE;
    if ( flags & Checked && !isChecked( item ) )
      return FALSE;
    if ( flags & NotChecked && isChecked( item ) )
      return FALSE;

    return TRUE;
}

/*
  we want the iterator to check QCheckListItems as well, so we provide this convenience function
  that checks if the rtti() is 1 which means QCheckListItem and if isOn is TRUE, returns FALSE otherwise.
*/
bool QListViewItemIterator::isChecked( const QListViewItem *item ) const
{
    if ( item->rtti() == 1 )
      return ((const QCheckListItem*)item)->isOn();
    else return FALSE;
}

void QListView::handleItemChange( QListViewItem *old, bool shift, bool control )
{
    if ( d->selectionMode == Single ) {
      // nothing
    } else if ( d->selectionMode == Extended ) {
      if ( shift ) {
          selectRange( d->selectAnchor ? d->selectAnchor : old,
                   d->focusItem, FALSE, TRUE, (d->selectAnchor && !control) ? TRUE : FALSE );
      } else if ( !control ) {
          bool block = signalsBlocked();
          blockSignals( TRUE );
          selectAll( FALSE );
          blockSignals( block );
          setSelected( d->focusItem, TRUE );
      }
    } else if ( d->selectionMode == Multi ) {
      if ( shift )
          selectRange( old, d->focusItem, TRUE, FALSE );
    }
}

void QListView::startRename()
{
    if ( !currentItem() )
      return;
    currentItem()->startRename( d->pressedColumn );
    d->buttonDown = FALSE;
}

/* unselects items from to, including children, returns TRUE if any items were unselected */
bool QListView::clearRange( QListViewItem *from, QListViewItem *to, bool includeFirst )
{
    if ( !from || !to )
      return FALSE;

    // Swap
    if ( from->itemPos() > to->itemPos() ) {
      QListViewItem *temp = from;
      from = to;
      to = temp;
    }

    // Start on second?
    if ( !includeFirst ) {
      QListViewItem *below = (from == to) ? from : from->itemBelow();
      if ( below )
          from = below;
    }

    // Clear items <from, to>
    bool changed = FALSE;

    QListViewItemIterator it( from );
    while ( it.current() ) {
      if ( it.current()->isSelected() ) {
          it.current()->setSelected( FALSE );
          changed = TRUE;
      }
      if ( it.current() == to )
          break;
      ++it;
    }

    // NOTE! This function does _not_ emit
    // any signals about selection changed
    return changed;
}

void QListView::selectRange( QListViewItem *from, QListViewItem *to, bool invert, bool includeFirst, bool clearSel )
{
    if ( !from || !to )
      return;
    if ( from == to && !includeFirst )
      return;
    bool swap = FALSE;
    if ( to == from->itemAbove() )
      swap = TRUE;
    if ( !swap && from != to && from != to->itemAbove() ) {
      QListViewItemIterator it( from );
      bool found = FALSE;
      for ( ; it.current(); ++it ) {
          if ( it.current() == to ) {
            found = TRUE;
            break;
          }
      }
      if ( !found )
          swap = TRUE;
    }
    if ( swap ) {
      QListViewItem *i = from;
      from = to;
      to = i;
      if ( !includeFirst )
          to = to->itemAbove();
    } else {
      if ( !includeFirst )
          from = from->itemBelow();
    }

    bool changed = FALSE;
    if ( clearSel ) {
      QListViewItemIterator it( firstChild() );
      for ( ; it.current(); ++it ) {
          if ( it.current()->selected ) {
            it.current()->setSelected( FALSE );
            changed = TRUE;
          }
      }
      it = QListViewItemIterator( to );
      for ( ; it.current(); ++it ) {
          if ( it.current()->selected ) {
            it.current()->setSelected( FALSE );
            changed = TRUE;
          }
      }
    }

    for ( QListViewItem *i = from; i; i = i->itemBelow() ) {
      if ( !invert ) {
          if ( !i->selected && i->isSelectable() ) {
            i->setSelected( TRUE );
            changed = TRUE;
          }
      } else {
          bool sel = !i->selected;
          if ( (bool)i->selected != sel && sel && i->isSelectable() || !sel ) {
            i->setSelected( sel );
            changed = TRUE;
          }
      }
      if ( i == to )
          break;
    }
    if ( changed ) {
      d->useDoubleBuffer = TRUE;
      triggerUpdate();
      emit selectionChanged();
    }
}

/* clears selection from anchor to old, selects from anchor to new, does not emit selectionChanged on change */
bool QListView::selectRange( QListViewItem *newItem, QListViewItem *oldItem, QListViewItem *anchorItem )
{
    if ( !newItem || !oldItem || !anchorItem )
      return FALSE;

    int  anchorPos = anchorItem ? anchorItem->itemPos() : 0,
       oldPos    = oldItem ? oldItem->itemPos() : 0,
       newPos    = newItem->itemPos();
    QListViewItem *top=0, *bottom=0;
    if ( anchorPos > newPos ) {
      top = newItem;
      bottom = anchorItem;
    } else {
      top = anchorItem;
      bottom = newItem;
    }

    // removes the parts of the old selection that will no longer be selected
    bool changed = FALSE;
    int topPos    = top ? top->itemPos() : 0,
      bottomPos = bottom ? bottom->itemPos() : 0;
    if ( !(oldPos > topPos && oldPos < bottomPos) ) {
      if ( oldPos < topPos )
          changed = clearRange( oldItem, top );
      else
          changed = clearRange( bottom, oldItem );
    }

    // selects the new (not already selected) items
    QListViewItemIterator lit( top );
    for ( ; lit.current(); ++lit ) {
      if ( (bool)lit.current()->selected != d->select ) {
          lit.current()->setSelected( d->select );
          changed = TRUE;
      }
      // Include bottom, then break
      if ( lit.current() == bottom )
          break;
    }

    return changed;
}


/*!
    Finds the first list view item in column \a column, that matches
    \a text and returns the item, or returns 0 of no such item could
    be found.
    The search starts from the current item if the current item exists,
    otherwise it starts from the first list view item. After reaching
    the last item the search continues from the first item.
    Pass OR-ed together \l Qt::StringComparisonMode values
    in the \a compare flag, to control how the matching is performed.
    The default comparison mode is case-sensitive, exact match.
*/

08057 QListViewItem *QListView::findItem( const QString& text, int column,
                            ComparisonFlags compare ) const
{
    if (text.isEmpty() && !(compare & ExactMatch))
      return 0;

    if ( compare == CaseSensitive || compare == 0 )
      compare |= ExactMatch;

    QString itmtxt;
    QString comtxt = text;
    if ( !(compare & CaseSensitive) )
      comtxt = comtxt.lower();

    QListViewItemIterator it( d->focusItem ? d->focusItem : firstChild() );
    QListViewItem *sentinel = 0;
    QListViewItem *item;
    QListViewItem *beginsWithItem = 0;
    QListViewItem *endsWithItem = 0;
    QListViewItem *containsItem = 0;

    for ( int pass = 0; pass < 2; pass++ ) {
      while ( (item = it.current()) != sentinel ) {
          itmtxt = item->text( column );
          if ( !(compare & CaseSensitive) )
            itmtxt = itmtxt.lower();

          if ( compare & ExactMatch && itmtxt == comtxt )
            return item;
          if ( compare & BeginsWith && !beginsWithItem && itmtxt.startsWith( comtxt ) )
            beginsWithItem = containsItem = item;
          if ( compare & EndsWith && !endsWithItem && itmtxt.endsWith( comtxt ) )
            endsWithItem = containsItem = item;
          if ( compare & Contains && !containsItem && itmtxt.contains( comtxt ) )
            containsItem = item;
          ++it;
      }

      it = QListViewItemIterator( firstChild() );
      sentinel = d->focusItem ? d->focusItem : firstChild();
    }

    // Obey the priorities
    if ( beginsWithItem )
      return beginsWithItem;
    else if ( endsWithItem )
      return endsWithItem;
    else if ( containsItem )
      return containsItem;
    return 0;
}

/*! \reimp */
08110 void QListView::windowActivationChange( bool oldActive )
{
    if ( oldActive && d->scrollTimer )
      d->scrollTimer->stop();
    if ( palette().active() != palette().inactive() )
      viewport()->update();
    QScrollView::windowActivationChange( oldActive );
}

/*!
    Hides the column specified at \a column. This is a convenience
    function that calls setColumnWidth( \a column, 0 ).

    Note: The user may still be able to resize the hidden column using
    the header handles. To prevent this, call setResizeEnabled(FALSE,
    \a column) on the list views header.

    \sa setColumnWidth()
*/

08130 void QListView::hideColumn( int column )
{
    setColumnWidth( column, 0 );
}

/*! Adjusts the column \a col to its preferred width */

08137 void QListView::adjustColumn( int col )
{
    if ( col < 0 || col > (int)d->column.count() - 1 || d->h->isStretchEnabled( col ) )
      return;

    int oldw = d->h->sectionSize( col );

    int w = d->h->sectionSizeHint( col, fontMetrics() ).width();
    if ( d->h->iconSet( col ) )
      w += d->h->iconSet( col )->pixmap().width();
    w = QMAX( w, 20 );
    QFontMetrics fm( fontMetrics() );
    QListViewItem* item = firstChild();
    int rootDepth = rootIsDecorated() ? treeStepSize() : 0;
    while ( item ) {
      int iw = item->width( fm, this, col );
      if ( 0 == col )
          iw += itemMargin() + rootDepth + item->depth()*treeStepSize() - 1;
      w = QMAX( w, iw );
      item = item->itemBelow();
    }
    w = QMAX( w, QApplication::globalStrut().width() );

    d->h->adjustHeaderSize( oldw - w );
    if (oldw != w) {
        d->fullRepaintOnComlumnChange = TRUE;
        d->h->resizeSection( col, w );
      emit d->h->sizeChange( col, oldw, w);
    }
}

#endif // QT_NO_LISTVIEW

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