[PySide] Fwd: Building bindings
dennis.victorovich at gmail.com
Mon Dec 8 10:41:27 CET 2014
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From: Dennis Victorovich <dennis.victorovich at gmail.com>
Date: 2014-12-08 12:40 GMT+03:00
Subject: Re: [PySide] Building bindings
To: Otto Chiu <ochiu at teslamotors.com>
you can find tutorials on web, just google "pyside binding generator" and
"pyside hybrid app".
We add "--enable-pyside-extensions" and on a non-windows you don't need to
Thats all the difference.
We've been using pyside very extensively (3 years, win32, linux x86/x64) in
our product https://www.datadvance.net/product/pseven/
We've fixed some of bugs in core of shiboken (c++ bindings generator
Generally I think PySide is great because it allows to create flexible
bindings with almost no time cost (xml declaration --> c++ code generation).
We've automated and integrated that in build process with CMake and it
works smoothly, same on all platforms.
Two major problems:
* lack of C++ exceptions handling and translation between c++/python layers
(I've submitted 2 years ago
* lack of Qt 5.x support (requires to update all xml of Qt* libraries and
some work in a shiboken)
We have good understanding of pyside internals.
There are lots of small bugs that need to be fixed, the problem is
dedicated time and funding.
2014-12-05 2:17 GMT+03:00 Otto Chiu <ochiu at teslamotors.com>:
> A couple of years ago I inherited a project to build Windows Python
> bindings for C++ Qt code. While I understand the big picture concept, I do
> not understand the details of every step in the way. I now need to make
> bindings for OS X and Linux, so I would like to take the opportunity to
> understand how this is done. The PySide docs seem to be a little bit
> outdated. Can someone help describe the process and if there are any
> example of generating bindings for the non-Windows platform?
> PySide mailing list
> PySide at qt-project.org
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