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shiboken v0.2.0
March 2010

shiboken2

Generates bindings for C++ libraries using CPython source code

python3-pyside2-devel

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NAME

shiboken - CPython bindings generator for C++ libraries

DESCRIPTION

Usage:

shiboken [options] header-file typesystem-file

General options:

--debug-level=[sparse|medium|full]
Set the debug level
--documentation-only
Do not generates any code, just the documentation
--generatorSet
generatorSet to be used. e.g. qtdoc
--help Display this help and exit
--include-paths=<path>[:<path>:...]
Include paths used by the C++ parser
--license-file=[licensefile]
File used for copyright headers of generated files
--no-suppress-warnings
Show all warnings
--output-directory=[dir]
The directory where the generated files will be written
--silent
Avoid printing any message
--typesystem-paths=<path>[:<path>:...]
Paths used when searching for typesystems
--version
Output version information and exit

Shiboken options:

--disable-verbose-error-messages
Disable verbose error messages. Turn the python code hard to debug but safe few kB on the generated bindings.
--enable-parent-ctor-heuristic
Enable heuristics to detect parent relationship on constructors.
--enable-pyside-extensions
Enable PySide extensions, such as support for signal/slots, use this if you are creating a binding for a Qt-based library.
--enable-return-value-heuristic
Enable heuristics to detect parent relationship on return values (USE WITH CAUTION!)

Shiboken options:

--disable-verbose-error-messages
Disable verbose error messages. Turn the python code hard to debug but safe few kB on the generated bindings.
--enable-parent-ctor-heuristic
Enable heuristics to detect parent relationship on constructors.
--enable-pyside-extensions
Enable PySide extensions, such as support for signal/slots, use this if you are creating a binding for a Qt-based library.
--enable-return-value-heuristic
Enable heuristics to detect parent relationship on return values (USE WITH CAUTION!)

COPYRIGHT

Copyright © 2016 The Qt Company Ltd.

AUTHOR

This manpage was written for Debian, starting with a help2man output, by Didier Raboud <>, on the 26. March 2010.
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