I looked over that: SIP also makes it easy to take a Python application (maybe a prototype) and selectively implement parts of the application (maybe for performance reasons) in C or C++.
This could mean that portage could be made fully compatible with c++ app? Again, havent tried/tested, just assuming :) 2006/3/14, tvali <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>: > 2006/3/14, Marius Mauch <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>: > > Brian wrote: > > > On Tue, 2006-14-03 at 13:14 +0200, tvali wrote: > > > > > >>Ok, i was, yes, speaking about kde. > > >> > > >>I will check out this Porthole :) I was actually thinking more about c > > >>++, but nothing against python -- i was quite a fan of python when i > > >>first found it. > > > > > > > > > I believe Kuroo is in C, maybe c++ > > > > For the record: Kuroo is known to be conceptually broken (uses the cache > > directly), but the author is looking to fix that in a future version. > > Generally writing portage utils in languages other than python is > > difficult as you can't use the primary API directly. > > There seems not to be c++ bintings to python, anyway there is > dev-python/sip. I havent done such thing, but i suppose that it would > not be impossible to start portage inside Kuroo as a thread, then > interact with this thread, having sip between them. If it's used for > creation of PyQt, such two-way interaction should be possible. > > http://www.riverbankcomputing.co.uk/sip/index.php > > > Marius > > -- > > firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list > > > > > > > -- > tvali > (e-mail: "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"; msn: "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"; > icq: "317-492-912") > > Ühe eesti internetifirma lehel kohtasin tsitaati: > If you don't do it excellently, dont do it at all. Because if it's not > excellent, it won't be profitable or fun, and if you're not in > business for fun or profit, what the hell are you doing here? > Robert Townsend > -- tvali (e-mail: "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"; msn: "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"; icq: "317-492-912") Ühe eesti internetifirma lehel kohtasin tsitaati: If you don't do it excellently, dont do it at all. Because if it's not excellent, it won't be profitable or fun, and if you're not in business for fun or profit, what the hell are you doing here? Robert Townsend -- email@example.com mailing list