An update on Python bindings (Re: A new attempt on PyKDE5 binding generation)
lbeltrame at kde.org
Tue Sep 5 23:12:47 BST 2017
Il giorno Tue, 5 Sep 2017 22:12:26 +0100
Shaheed Haque <srhaque at theiet.org> ha scritto:
first of all, thanks for continuing work on the bindings!
Even if WIP, would you mind putting it up for review in Phab? It would
surely be useful for review.
> The good news is that the approach appears to have lived up to my hope
> in that the amount of rule code for PyKF5 needed appears to be
How do you handle Framework tiers and their dependencies? It would be
nice to track dependencies if existing: when packaging the current
bindings, sometimes compilation would fail due to a missing sip file
from another Framework. In an ideal world, CMake would catch that.
> framework with <some ongoing owner other than me for each framework>,
> and consolidate any needed info as Techbase documentation.
Docs are important. In fact, I think this approach should be merged
only with enough docs on:
- How to use it
- How to wrap a Framework
- How to write rules
Lack of these things is what brought PyKDE4 on the state it was.
> On balance, as despite the work that has gone into the SIP approach, I
> propose to explore the cppyy option.
I would want first to have a working implementation in SIP,even just
for familiarity, unless the limitations are so great that the impair
Luca Beltrame - KDE Forums team
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