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Re: [Chicken-users] Qt egg

From: Nicholas \"Indy\" Ray
Subject: Re: [Chicken-users] Qt egg
Date: Tue, 1 Dec 2009 09:12:38 -0800

I was under the impression that the QT egg was more a demo, then an
egg ment to be practical, and hence was *finished*.

I myself would like QT bindings. Considering such I decided I'd start
writing some myself; My approach was two fold, first to generate a set
of macros that would generate proper bindings given S-expression that
declare the QT layout. Then, I was building a gcc plugin that will
generate those declarations by compiling the QT code base.

If you'd like to see the code it is here:

Currently the generator macros are mostly complete, I need to add
support for receiving messages in scheme code. After that, I still
need to do the declarations, but It's pretty simple to add a few of
your own to get the functionality required.

While the code is in egg form, It isn't actually ment for general
consumption yet, If you are interested in trying it out, I can give
you an overview of how to use it.


2009/11/29 Arthur Maciel <address@hidden>:
> Hi!
> Felix, I would like to know which is your plan to support the various Qt
> functionalities (PDF, database, networking). You say on the wiki that it is
> going to be incomplete to be lightweight. If you could point what you intend
> to implement and what not I would really appreciate.
> Thanks,
> Arthur
> PS.: Unfortunately, I don't feel myself skilled enough to help extending it.
> I hope I can be in the near future.
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