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Extending python to our own gtk inherited Widgets

varuns
39 New Member
hi
i extended python to my own widgets inherited from gtk.
But when i try to run command
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  1. python2.5 -c "import mygtk"
it displays following error
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  1. "TypeError: mro() returned base with unsuitable layout ('gtkmy.MyChoice')"
  2. ...
  3. ..
  4.  
  5. "** (-c:13962): WARNING **: couldn't make the type `gtkmy.MyList' ready"
  6. "TypeError: multiple bases have instance lay-out conflict
  7. (!) [13962:   33.658] --> Caught signal 11 (at (nil), invalid address) <--
  8. (!) Direct/Thread: Canceling 'Fusion Dispatch' (13964)!
  9. Aborted (core dumped)
  10. "
my widget heirarchy is as shown
GtkVBox -- > GtkMyDisplayabl e --> GtkMyScreen --> GtkMyList --> GtkMyFileBrowse r

what i think is python is trying to initialize GtkMyList first before its parent thats why the error "instance lay-out conflict". If i m correct than can any one help me out with a question:: how to serialize the initialization process? (ie parent class gets initialized before child class.) And if i m wrong than whats this error for?

kindly help

Varun
Aug 13 '07 #1
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bartonc
6,596 Recognized Expert Expert
That sure looks like it's coming from the C API and not from the Python that we all know and love.

By "extending" , I'm guessing that you mean you are writing and compiling the extension in C.
Aug 13 '07 #2
varuns
39 New Member
i figured out the problem. I thought, i followed code writing standard of Gtk, but not i did some mistake and the .defs file generator (h2def.py) was unable to generate the "scheme" for interface (GTypeInterface ) (i have to still figure that out). But i edited directly the generated .defs file.
Generated scheme for my interface looked like
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  1. ;; -*- scheme -*-
  2.        ; object definitions ...
  3.        (define-object MyChoice
  4.          (in-module "Gtk")
  5.         (c-name "GtkMyChoice")
  6.         (gtype-id "GTK_TYPE_MY_CHOICE")
  7.        )
but it should look like

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  1. ;; -*- scheme -*-
  2.        ; interface definitions ...
  3.        (define-interface MyChoice
  4.          (in-module "Gtk")
  5.          (c-name "GtkMyChoice")
  6.          (gtype-id "GTK_TYPE_MY_CHOICE")
  7.          (prerequisites "GtkMyImage") #----> quotes should contain object name of corresponding #included file;(i think so, not so sure, i just checked how pygtk people have written there .defs file). In my case its #include "gtkmyimage.h"   
  8.        )
I made these changes and the error was gone.


By "extending" , I'm guessing that you mean you are writing and compiling the extension in C.
yes, i m trying to write something similar to pygtk, as we can access gtk api's from python using wrapper functions and Python APIS like Py_ArgParseTupl e, Py_BuildValue etc etc........, so that i can just use python scripts instead of long C code and also i m learning and using python because manipulation of data is really easy in Python.

Also i have posted solution for "undefined variable gdk_keyval_conv ert_case" for directFB at http://www.thescripts.com/forum/thread657353.html
Aug 13 '07 #3
varuns
39 New Member
generator (h2def.py) was unable to generate the "scheme" for interface (GTypeInterface ) (i have to still figure that out).
hi
replying to myself..

i consulted authors of pygtk group and the information they provided is
h2def.py never generate scheme as define-interface, they generate it as define-objects. You need to manually edit it.

Also You could try defsgen.py:

http://svn.gnome.org/viewcvs/pygtk/t...en.py?view=log

which uses ctypes to generate .defs - its more comprehensive in
generating .defs.

else you can change manually object to interface and use scanvirtuals.py

http://svn.gnome.org/viewcvs/pygtk/t...ls.py?view=log

to retrive the virtual methods.

cheers
Aug 16 '07 #4

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