Re: [weekly report] Week 11: Python and GObject-Introspection
- From: Adam Schreiber <sadam gnome org>
- To: Simon van der Linden <simon vanderlinden agora eu org>
- Cc: gnome-soc-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: [weekly report] Week 11: Python and GObject-Introspection
- Date: Tue, 11 Aug 2009 10:24:46 -0400
On Mon, Aug 10, 2009 at 4:37 PM, Simon van der
Linden<simon vanderlinden agora eu org> wrote:
> Last week, my goal was to get a GUPnP example working
> (http://dpaste.com/76214/). 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
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