[PyKDE] Re: dcop
l-pykde.z.xalan at xoxy.net
Fri May 28 21:38:01 BST 2004
Jim Bublitz <jbublitz at nwinternet.com> writes:
> I'll have to think about it - I do like having a consistent set of methods
> rather than the two variations I have now, but I don't like the
gcc does not generate Warnings for unnamed parameters:
void foo(int arg1, int arg2, int)
is perfectly valid and ignores the third param.
> I stole from pydcop too - basically the same thing, but __init__ just takes
> the "id" for the DCOPObject. I added an "addMethod" method:
> addMethod ("QString someMethod (int)", self.some_method)
Ok. So my DCOPServer goes to :-)
> If you want to play with the stuff I have so far (works, but not necessarily
> complete), send me your email address privately and I'll mail a tarball and
> installation instructions. I'd appreciate some feedback, as I'm not that
> familiar with using DCOP.
I'd generaly be interested, but right now I have lots of other stuff
to do. Since my current version does what I need, I think I'll wait,
till the code is complete. If you release a testing Version I'll
certainly give it a try, but I would like the API to be finalized by
then, so I don't have to reimplement the stuff twice.
You are doing a realy great work. Thanks for all the good stuff ...
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