[PyKDE] sipTypeDef structure layout and invalid casts
phil at riverbankcomputing.co.uk
Wed Apr 7 22:15:00 BST 2004
On Wednesday 07 April 2004 8:54 pm, Dave Cuthbert wrote:
> Phil Thompson wrote:
> > You are (understandably) misunderstanding. You need to look at the hack
> > in siplib.c where createType() is called. The sipTypeDef pointer is
> > passed to createType() and the returned sipWrapperType pointer replaces
> > the original pointer in the table.
> Oh, oh, yes, that's it. Sorry for bugging you -- I've in fact seen this
> before, but it slipped my mind.
> It's my bug -- I'm grabbing the sipWrapperType ptr out of that table
> before the module init function is called, when the ptr is invalid. Doh!
> Is there a good way of injecting code into the module init function?
> Right now, I'm using global singleton objects in C++ to force my
> out-of-band initializers to run (hence the race with the module init).
> If not, I do have a workaround.
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