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using shiboken to wrap non-QObject classes
phtaylor last edited by
hi, I'm just looking into Shiboken and have a question.
From reading the history of shiboken, I had thought that it could be used to wrap any C++ classes for Python, even those not derived from QObject.
I realize that to support signals, a class must derive from QObject, but in the case of simple math types, is this still necessary?
Can I wrap simple class hierarchies and eliminate the dependency on Qt? (hypothetical question).
Hi and welcome to devnet,
I haven't used shiboken yet but is it that what that question answers ?
phtaylor last edited by phtaylor
Hi SGaist, Thanks!.
Yes, that does answer my question, and in fact I had been skimming through the docs and read those parts already.
The source of my confusion came from reading this tutorial
In the example, Math inherits from QObject which didn't seem necessary based on the docs. It could be a simple C++ class with no ancestors. So I thought that maybe in the end there was some dependency on Qt and decided to double-check.
class Math : public QObject
There is another tutorial on your website that also covers Shiboken, and I can clearly see that FooClass is not derived from QObject, which confirms your answer.
class FOOLIBSHARED_EXPORT FooClass
I hadn't downloaded the source code for that tutorial till now.
Thanks for the quick answer.
You're welcome !
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