[Kde-bindings] Replacing kalyptus

Mauro Iazzi mauro.iazzi at gmail.com
Wed Oct 3 17:07:06 UTC 2007

To be honest, gccxml has problems too. In fact it cannot output
templates at all.

However, it sees each instantiation as a single class and I can easily
bind QStringLists in lqt. I don't know what the moc does in this

What I cannot do is to instatiate templates from Lua itself but I
don't have a clear picture of what that could be like either...

Another thing gccxml has problems with is RTTI (the use of typeid
crashes it). And I never managed to make it compile some things in
boost... I think that one can live with at the beginning.


On 03/10/2007, Paolo Capriotti <p.capriotti at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Wednesday 03 October 2007 18:47:58 Arno Rehn wrote:
> > > I don't think the moc parser is good enough, and we should use one of
> > > Roberto Raggi's full blown C++ parsers like the KDevelop one, or another
> > > one that the QtJambi bindings use.
> >
> > Why a full blown parser? The only thing we need is something that gathers
> > all the namespaces, classes and methods with return type and parameter
> > types (and if it's a signal/slot). I think moc provides all that stuff.
> You would probably have troubles with template classes. AFAIK, moc doesn't
> handle templates, but bindings do need them.
> Paolo Capriotti
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