I know about "QtScript bindings generator":http://code.google.com/p/qtscriptgenerator/, but it doesn't seem to have gotten much traction. Why not?
You may write bindings by himself. It don't difficult, but IMHO it is very obfuscate for first time.
Writing the bindings myself is something I'm trying to avoid, especially if no one else is interested.
Well... I work with it. I had not managed to avoid :)
iirc the trolls used a modified version of the QtJambi binding generator at one point to bind classes for QtScript.
I just installed the following Debian packages:
$ cd /usr/share/doc/libqtscript4-doc/examples
$ qs_eval CollidingMice.js
It looks just like the c++ one.
After trawling the web like you guys have, it's surprising that this isn't mentioned more prominently as a Qt resource.
What's up with that?