On Monday 11 February 2008 17:27:53 Dan Williams wrote: > On Mon, 2008-02-11 at 17:26 +0100, Will Stephenson wrote: > > On Friday 08 February 2008, Dan Williams said: > > > So a simple patch to dbus-binding-tool to make it ignore namespaced > > > nodes and attributes will allow us to use the TP namespace within the > > > existing introspection XML files and avoid the extra step of spec/*. > > > > Ack, maybe it does so already - but is the extra spec/* step really worse than > > having all of downstream have to use a patched dbus-binding-tool? > > The patch for dbus-glib is the right thing to do anyway; and I don't > think there's a really good reason to have the extra step either. If > the fix does get into dbus-glib, we'd just have to rework the spec > generation code again, so we might as well do it right the first time > IMHO. I'm still not quite sure it's good to pass around extended introspection xml. Are you able to you check the python bindings' behaviour? I'll see what the Qt tools do. > > > If you're still willing to work on this, I'd love a patch that would run > > > the XSLT stuff over the introspection/*.xml (feel free to add all.xml to > > > introspection/* if you like) and generate the HTML docs. > > > > > I don't think it would be to much work to modify the makefile stuff to > > > rip out the bits that convert spec/* -> introspection/* and just > > > preserve the bits that do introspection/* -> HTML, right? > > > > It's trivial - will post a patch shortly. Patch attached.
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