[PyQt] What about qtbrowserplugin?
riklaunim at gmail.com
Sat Jun 20 15:21:28 BST 2009
Well, making a binding for QtNPBindable and QtNPFactory isn't the problem...
as compiling it against the qtbrowserplugin which doesn't install anywhere
on the system -_- even adding the qtbrowserplugin.o qtbrowserplugin_x11.o
to OFILES i Makefile still makes broken binary:
/usr/lib64/python2.6/site-packages/QtBrowserPlugin.so: undefined symbol:
(undefined symbol: _ZTI11QtNPFactory when compiled without those two *.o
files). Any ideas? :) I'm not good at compiling C/C++ with libraries in
W dniu 20 czerwca 2009 02:57 użytkownik piotr maliński
<riklaunim at gmail.com>napisał:
> It's something interesting - making browser plugins with Qt, but I didn't
> found any examples/success stories of this add-on so I'm asking :)
> 2009/6/20 David Boddie <david at boddie.org.uk>
> On Thu Jun 18 14:12:48 BST 2009, piotr malinski wrote:
>> > QtSoftware has in the add-ons catalog qtbrowserplugin package. I wonder
>> > this framework could get Python API and the possibility to write the
>> > plugins in Python?
>> I haven't looked at it closely, but have you though about wrapping the
>> QtNPBindable class and creating a generic plugin like the one for Qt
>> that is supplied with PyQt?
>> I know you've made bindings for other C++ widgets before:
>> PyQt mailing list PyQt at riverbankcomputing.com
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