From: Matt Rosin <mattr@te...> - 2006-02-21 04:16:44
John, sorry I guess I did misunderstand.
I'm willing to help but this sounds like Jouke's baby.
Another option I thought of was to use a different software package, and a
new URL so currently spamming people lose the link and vulnerability. But I
guess it is really a matter of editing, if you are going to let casual
surfers make submissions.
Also, thank you very much for the brief XS lesson! Very interesting!
Ditto on request for newbie course or.. even just what needs to be known
beyond a very basic knowledge of XS which hopefully can be had elsewhere on
From: Matt Rosin <mattr@te...> - 2006-02-21 05:22:48
Just to be sneaky I wondered if it would be possible to display all that
stuff wxPython's demo has using Inline::Python.
Unfortunately I was trying it in a new cygwin on an XP machine and
Inline::Python doesn't compile! (eek!) Foiled again.
It looks like some XS trouble, for example one is a common problem, pointer
cast to integer of different size, which seems to have something to do with
recent perls using 64 bit integers.. or so google seems to say. SWING had
the same problem I think.
Anyway, I am curious about whether in principle this works and also whether
using wxPython as a guide to wxPerl wrapping is useful at all. Certainly I
never tried it before and don't do python (though think maybe I will start),
but if not now then when parrot comes out maybe these will all flow
together? They do seem to have some intriguing templates and demos.
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