apaku at gmx.de
Sun Mar 30 15:28:26 CEST 2008
On 30.03.08 08:19:33, Allen Winter wrote:
> So we seem to have reached consensus on a policy (enclosed below).
> Now I think we should take on the task of pre-approving a couple
> of non-C++ languages, thereby giving the green light to anyone
> thinking about using one of them => Chicken Lays Egg.
> Nominations anyone?
I'm not a kdebindings person, but I did try both korundum (ruby) and
I know PyQt/PyKDE for quite some time.
Both have one drawback:
- PyQt/PyKDE are both mostly developed in private repositories of one
person (well, one for each), which means that fixes sometimes take a
bit longer and (especially PyQt4) don't follow our release cycles
- Korundum4 lacks documentation and examples (the latter exist, but are
still for KDE3 version)
But even though both bindings are in quite good shape - AFAIK and both
languages should be pre-approved.
Blow it out your ear.
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