given is a layer with some nodes on it and every node has some attributes(name, id, etc...). For showing up the informations of a single node I can use the "Identify Feature Tool". Choose the tool, click the node and see the informations.
I am trying to develop a Plugin with Python, which is doing almost the same: Start the Plugin, click on a node and get the informations about this node(output in the python console is enough for the first steps).
Okay, so this is the status:
I was following this tutorial: http://www.qgisworkshop.org/html/workshop/plugins_tutorial.html which works not for QGIS 2.0.
The 'MouseClickEvent' is working, I get the X,Y-coordinates. But I am not able to select and to get the informations of a node. That is my selectFeature function, which is called by
result = QObject.connect(self.clickTool, SIGNAL("canvasClicked(const QgsPoint &, Qt::MouseButton)"), self.selectFeature):
def selectFeature(self, point, button): #pntGeom = QgsGeometry.fromPoint(point) #pntBuff = pntGeom.buffer( (self.canvas.mapUnitsPerPixel() * 2),0) #rect = pntBuff.boundingBox() layer = self.canvas.currentLayer() selected_features = layer.selectedFeatures() for i in selected_features: attrs = i.attributeMap() for (k,attr) in attrs.iteritems(): print "%d: %s" % (k, attr.toString())
This let me see nothing. I was reading and trying out a lot of things and at the moment in feel a bit lost. I lost the overview.
Do I need these geometry functions to capture the node by clicking the mouse button?
What functions do I need to get the attributes of a single selected feature?