[Interest] qtScript hide a signal from script

Prashant prashant.me at gmail.com
Wed May 16 05:13:05 CEST 2012

Thanks Bo. This is what I am doing now. But you need typewise checking
which makes the code unnecessarily lengthy and cumbersome. Pity I need to
keep doing it. As you said a inconsistent behavior.

On Mon, May 14, 2012 at 10:50 AM, Bo Thorsen <bo at fioniasoftware.dk> wrote:

> Den 14-05-2012 06:54, Prashant skrev:
> > Hi group,
> > While introducing c++ object properties to the script, the Q_PROPERTY
> > have an option SCRIPTABLE bool. This essentially hides the property in
> > script. This comes in very handy. I was wondering if something similar
> > is available for Q_SIGNALS. Essentially i want to hide a particular
> > signal in script. I have a very round about way now where i hide it
> > while introducing into script. With innumerable types of QObjects, you
> > can imagine the sphagetti code wherein I check for the kind of signal to
> > hide for a kind of QObject :( ...
> You can't do this. You can't hide signals and slots from the scripts. If
> it's really important for you not to expose those, you have to create a
> wrapper QObject that only has the signals and slots you want to expose.
> And yes, it's inconsistent that you can hide properties but not signals
> and slots.
> Bo Thorsen,
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