[PyKDE] Playing with SIP...
gregory.p.green at boeing.com
Thu May 10 04:19:02 BST 2001
Outstanding job!! I had to figure this out the hard way myself. But
didn't do the next step. Thanks!!
BTW. Definitely not off topic.
> Hi all,
> I hope my issue is not too far off this lists main topic. At least
> doesn't have anything to do with Qt or KDE. I am rather looking at
> as a _very nice_ general purpose wrapper tool for c++ -> python (as
> already pointed out: similar to SWIG but more specialized and
> I do hope, there will be enough positive resonance and interest in
> community (and of course at Phil Thompson) to give SIP somehow more
> and support.
> In this sense I offering to share my trials to understand and use
> (Watch out: Since Qt is not my primary interest, its support is not
> - I completed the porting of the sip package to Windows (now
> not only siplib but also sip itself).
> I set up a Visual C (6.0) project with subprojects for sip,
> two trivial classes to test the wrapping with and one to actually
> (and test) the wrapping.
> - My first notes on SIP finally expressed as a docbook. I do hope,
> will be useful as a starting point and initiate a more
> documentation, than I'm able to deliver.
> I also made a few changes to the package to:
> - Get rid of some compiler complaints
> - Allow for C type comments too
> - Relax SIPs parser a bit (silently ignore non public enums and
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