Now that the Qt classes generate and compile fine (as Richard already wrote) I tried to generate the smokekde sources with the new generator last week.
After fixing quite a bunch of bugs that didn”t surface when generating smokeqt, it works now really well.
There isn”t much difference between the config files for qt and kde, too – it”s mainly the lists of stuff to include and very little stuff to be excluded (d pointers, q pointers, other private stuff…).
This really shows that the new parser is superior to kalyptus, which had dozens of hacks in it for the code to generate nicely.
In case you want to test it, get the source from /trunk/playground/bindings/smokegenerator. To make testing easier, I wrapped the generation in cmake, so a normal cmake; make; make install should build and install smokeqt and smokekde for you.
The new generator still generates a lot of code for deprecated methods, which isn”t really nice – but maybe the parser can be modified so it recognizes __attribute__((deprecated)) flags.
There are also still issues with fixed-width array types, which luckily don”t occur too often in KDE sources. This only affects KMD5 for the moment. I”ll fix this next week, so then should smokekde with smokegenerator be equal to smokekde with kalyptus 🙂