On 2010.04.05, at 11:48 AM, Jonthan Wadelius wrote:
I've been trying to figure this out today. In "reopen-closed-tabs" there is a call to Epiphany.EphyShell.get_default(), and I concluded that it is the same as "ephy_shell_get_default()" in "ephy-shell.c". However no other functions that I have tried work. Is there any way to open the file that is imported when I write "Epiphany = imports.gi.Epiphany"? Where is it located? That way I could know what works and what does not.
You can look at the GIR... should be in /usr/share/gir-1.0/Epiphany-1.0.gir or something like that (I'm not totally sure of the path right now, but you get the picture).
It's a bit verbose, but it's basically what Seed uses to generate the mappings.
Alternatively, give me a function you want to call and I'll give you the mapping and try to give you an idea of how to figure it out yourself.
Thanks for the help!
sön 2010-04-04 klockan 13:40 -0500 skrev Diego Escalante Urrelo:
El dom, 04-04-2010 a las 19:54 +0200, Jonthan Wadelius escribió:
> Thanks for the quick reply! I've been looking at the two examples
> "reopen-closed-tabs" and "close-multiple-tabs" but don't understand
> yet how a function from the epiphany source is called from the seed
> extension. If I for example would want to call "ephy_session_save" in
> "ephy_session.c", how would I write the code?
You need to import Epiphany from the gobject introspection seed module,
sort of like this:
epiphany = imports.gi.Epiphany
(from the top of my head, it might be epiphany, in minus)
then you have access to all classes and functions, say
epiphany.EphyWindow and the like.
Check out this:
Those are auto generated documentation for all seed modules available,
I'm not sure how recent Epiphany's docs are, but probably can give you
Check also this about mapping of C names to seed ones, notice that it's
also included in seed tarball:
Like Xan said, hopefully we will improve this for this cycle. I could
tell you for example that calling some WebKit functions will crash you
(those with wrong ownership), keep that in mind if you start getting
weird crashes when using them :). Epiphany and GTK, and friends, should
be ok though.
Don't hesitate to ask!
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