[Kde-bindings] Replacing kalyptus

Mauro Iazzi mauro.iazzi at gmail.com
Wed Oct 3 17:00:05 UTC 2007

gccxml can accept commandline define like -DFOO="bar". Marking the
attribute "gccxml" will make it visible to it. I still do not know how
this would come out in the xml, but this is the easy bit.


On 03/10/2007, Arno Rehn <arno at arnorehn.de> wrote:
> Am Mittwoch 03 Oktober 2007 18:41:18 schrieb Mauro Iazzi:
> > in the meanwhile I read of the signal/slot question. It is true that
> > gccxml discards the Qt tags, so they are not avaliable by the binding
> > code, but this could be overcome by using attributes.
> But how can we mark a method with such an attribute without modifying the
> source?
> > However I feel that this is not a big issue in any way, because with
> > lqt I can bind QMetaObjects as well, and obtaining those I have all
> > the Qt reflection at my disposal. So if I know the signal (slot) I
> > need at compile time I can write it, If not I can use QMetaObjects,
> > avoiding the duplication of meta-informations in the runtime.
> Projects like Qyoto need the information which methods are signals/slots when
> the sources are generated. So the information should be somehow ready for the
> generator.
> --
> Arno Rehn
> arno at arnorehn.de
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