Re: [weekly report] Week 11: Python and GObject-Introspection

On Mon, Aug 10, 2009 at 4:37 PM, Simon van der
Linden<simon vanderlinden agora eu org> wrote:
> Hi,
> Last week, my goal was to get a GUPnP example working
> ( I made it, but it turned out GUPnP wasn't
> annotated as I thought, and I had to annotate the functions I used.
> PyGObject is now aware of introspected objects and can wrap them too.
> To achieve that, I had to export a C API from pygi. However, since
> pygobject and pygi are still two separate modules, I had to trick to
> avoid circular dependencies, so the pygi import in pygobject is "lazy".
> I also discovered that our current implementation of structures is
> wrong. I spent the weekend thinking about an elegant solution but I
> haven't found a convincing one yet. So, our plan for the world
> domination is postponed a little bit.
> If I count well, there is only one week to go. This week, I'll try to
> get those structures and boxed types working. Then, I'll need some more
> tests, and I think adding a test module in PyGObject's tree would be
> useful, rather than using the one in GObject-Introspection that is
> designed to test the typelib compiler.


This sounds great!  Are you planning on adding documentation to the
GObject Introspection wiki page on how to get this going for other
people's projects?



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