[PyKDE] PyQt4: PyObject in SIGNAL
rasky at develer.com
Fri Dec 1 13:00:31 GMT 2006
Mark Summerfield wrote:
>>>> what's the meaning of the string "PyObject" used within the signature of
>>>> a signal in PyQt4? I can't seem to find it in the PyQt4 documentation.
>>>> If I pass it a random python object I get core dumps and random crashes,
>>>> so I assume it's not really meant for that...
>>> You can do Python-Python signals which Phil calls "short-circuit
>>> signals" in PyQt [...]
>> Yes, this is in fact documented. I guess these short-circuit signals are
>> similar to the good old PYSIGNALs in PyQt3.
>> But this still does not answer my question: what does "PyObject" means in
>> the signature of a signal?
> I'd just assumed any valid identifier.
I'm asking because I got segfaults when trying to pass python objects around
using SIGNALs and "PyObject" in the signature. Specifically, it seems that the
objects go through a SIP wrap/unwrap cycle, because the slot function receives
an object with a different id().
I was thinking that PyObject meant something like "any object wrapped by SIP",
but I can't understand the exact meaning.
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