[PyKDE] kdevelop: c++,pyqt...sip?
ajole-1 at gci.net
Thu Oct 16 09:07:01 BST 2003
At this point, just generate bindings. You know, when you jump into a new tool
like sip, you always think "All I want to do is...". It took me a very long
time to expose my C++ lib to python with sip, and It seems like there is a
general lack for user-friendly interfaces for a great tool.
So, I don't know very much about kdevelop archintecture, but if you could make
a simple project that could import a chunk of c++ headers and generate a
python module, that would be significant.
On Wednesday 15 October 2003 22:37, Jim Bublitz wrote:
> On Wednesday October 15 2003 14:50, Patrick Stinson wrote:
> > Gideon has PyQt projects, and C++ projects.
> > If someone doesn't write a c++ sip-bindings glue project for
> > KDevelop soon, I will.
> Not sure exactly what you mean here - what specifically do you
> want to do? Script KDevelop, debug bindings under KDevelop,
> generate bindings automatically, manage sip projects, or what?
> (It's late - maybe my comprehension level is low at the moment)
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