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Subject: Re: EPICS Python client application survey
From: Darren Dale <darren.dale@cornell.edu>
To: tech-talk@aps.anl.gov
Date: Fri, 2 Oct 2009 10:13:16 -0400
Hi All,

I am a new subscriber to the list. I'm sorry if this post doesn't get 
incorporated into the existing thread.

> Sounds good.  I need to study your code.  I'm also interested in what
> John Hammonds's working on. Again, I am not at all wedded to my code
> (especially my C/swig code!).  I am more committed to having a PV (or
> Channel) object that is a fairly high-level object that supports
> user-defined callbacks and but hides most of the C implementation.
> I'm sure that this could be put on top of nearly any reasonable C
> wrapper.

Has anyone considered wrapping a Qt4 interface to EPICS with sip? QtCore's 
signal/slot mechanism would provide a really simple way to handle user-defined 
callbacks. Plus a Qt4 interface could be used as the basis for bindngs to 
other languages, like java and ruby.

Darren 

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