I'm looking into the possibility to wrap Qt with SWIG. I've already read it's quite the challenge but I have an idea about which I'd love to hear some opinions.
    You probably know about SMOKE, another tool for wrapping C++ using headers. It has a special "qt" mode which allows it to properly recognize and parse Qt headers. I was wondering if the same option could in theory be added to SWIG? If so, I'd be interested in working on it.

    Dimitar Dobrev