[PySide] Accessing C++ QObject subclass from script?

Paul Miller paul at fxtech.com
Fri May 25 23:09:24 CEST 2012

On 5/25/2012 3:59 PM, Alexander Jones wrote:
> Something like this?
> http://www.pyside.org/docs/shiboken/shibokenmodule.html#shiboken.wrapInstance

Yeah I saw that but it wasn't apparent how I was to use this from within 
my C++ application. Is there a tutorial or example for how to use this?

> On 22 May 2012 22:14, Paul Miller <paul at fxtech.com
> <mailto:paul at fxtech.com>> wrote:
>     I got PySide 1.1 working in my hybrid app (thanks Roman for your help!)
>     using Qt 4.7.4 and Python 2.7. I can create new Qt widgets and use my
>     existing C++ QApplication and it seems to work fine.
>     Now I would like to expose some of my internal QObjects that have
>     already been created by the time the Python interpreter starts up.
>     For my existing data model interface to Python, I've hand-created some
>     Python bindings for my classes. What do I need to do to return a pointer
>     to one of my created QObjects back into PySide, so I can connect signals
>     to it?
>     *I can't use an auto-type-generator thingy like in the superhybrids
>     article*.
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