I'm pretty new to python and pyqgis so the question will be pretty trivial..
I'm writing a plugin and in one script I have a class and some internal functions..
.... class CreateModelDialog(QDialog, FORM_CLASS): def __init__(self, iface): QDialog.__init__(self) .... def openSr(self): projSelector = QgsGenericProjectionSelector() projSelector.exec_() self.srText.setText(projSelector.selectedAuthId())
Then I have to use the last line (that is the EPSG cose selected and displayed in
srText QLineEdit of the QT dialog in another function of the same script:
def createModel(self): modelName = self.bxDBname.text() modelType = self.cmbBxModelType.currentText() crs = self.srText.setText(projSelector.selectedAuthId()) createModel(modelName, modelType, crs)
But I get an error:
NameError: global name 'projSelector' is not defined
I'm sure that is due to the fact that
projSelector is a variable that exists only in the local
open Sr function.
So the question is: how should I modify the function in order to make the variable callable?