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;;;* This file contains generic SWIG GOOPS classes for generated
;;;* GOOPS file support
(define-module (Swig swigrun))
(define-module (Swig common)
#:use-module (oop goops)
#:use-module (Swig swigrun))
(define-class <swig-metaclass> (<class>)
(new-function #:init-value #f))
(define-method (initialize (class <swig-metaclass>) initargs)
(slot-set! class 'new-function (get-keyword #:new-function initargs #f))
(define-class <swig> ()
(swig-smob #:init-value #f)
#:metaclass <swig-metaclass>
(define-method (initialize (obj <swig>) initargs)
(slot-set! obj 'swig-smob
(let ((arg (get-keyword #:init-smob initargs #f)))
(if arg
(let ((ret (apply (slot-ref (class-of obj) 'new-function) (get-keyword #:args initargs '()))))
;; if the class is registered with runtime environment,
;; new-Function will return a <swig> goops class. In that case, extract the smob
;; from that goops class and set it as the current smob.
(if (slot-exists? ret 'swig-smob)
(slot-ref ret 'swig-smob)
(define (display-address o file)
(display (number->string (object-address o) 16) file))
(define (display-pointer-address o file)
;; Don't fail if the function SWIG-PointerAddress is not present.
(let ((address (false-if-exception (SWIG-PointerAddress o))))
(if address
(display " @ " file)
(display (number->string address 16) file)))))
(define-method (write (o <swig>) file)
;; We display _two_ addresses to show the object's identity:
;; * first the address of the GOOPS proxy object,
;; * second the pointer address.
;; The reason is that proxy objects are created and discarded on the
;; fly, so different proxy objects for the same C object will appear.
(let ((class (class-of o)))
(if (slot-bound? class 'name)
(display "#<" file)
(display (class-name class) file)
(display #\space file)
(display-address o file)
(display-pointer-address o file)
(display ">" file))
(export <swig-metaclass> <swig>)
;;; common.scm ends here