[PySide] can't wrap subclass of QObject?

Matthew Woehlke matthew.woehlke at kitware.com
Mon Jul 22 23:47:30 CEST 2013

On 2013-07-22 17:35, John Ehresman wrote:
> On 7/22/13 4:33 PM, Matthew Woehlke wrote:
>> Most of the results trying to search the web for similar errors suggest
>> an include path issue, however AFAICT I am passing the include
>> directories for Qt to shiboken. My command line is (with some unrelated
>> includes elided):
>> /usr/bin/shiboken
>>     --generatorSet=shiboken
>>     --enable-parent-ctor-heuristic
>>     --enable-return-value-heuristic
>>     --enable-pyside-extensions /path/to/foo/build/foo/foo_all_sdk_headers.h
>> --include-paths=/usr/include:[...elided....]:/usr/include:/usr/include/QtGui:/usr/include/QtXml:/usr/include/QtNetwork:/usr/include/QtCore:/path/to/foo/build:/path/to/foo/build/foo
>>     --typesystem-paths=/usr/share/PySide/typesystems
>>     --output-directory=/path/to/foo/build/foo
>>     /path/to/foo/build/foo/foo_typesystem.xml
> Do you have a global.h ?  The command line I use for a simple extension
> with the paths left out is:
> shiboken --generator-set=shiboken build/global.h --avoid-protected-hack
> --enable-pyside-extensions --include-paths=...
> --typesystem-paths=...--output-directory=build typesystem_WGuiCppImpl.xml

Yes, that's what the '_all_sdk_headers' is. (Sorry, it should have been 
on a new line.)

That said... I think I figured out the problem. From what I can tell, 
'#include <QtCore>' doesn't really work for shiboken; one must '#include 
<pyside_global.h>' instead.


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