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Re-formatted typecode

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elpaso committed Sep 7, 2015
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  1. +86 −87 python/server/qgsserver.sip
@@ -47,108 +47,107 @@ static PyObject *QByteArrayToPyStr(QByteArray *ba)

%ConvertToTypeCode


// See if we are just being asked to check the type of the Python
// object.
if (!sipIsErr)
{
// Checking whether or not None has been passed instead of a list
// has already been done.
if (!PyTuple_Check(sipPy) || PyTuple_Size(sipPy) != 2)
return 0;

// Check the type of each element. We specify SIP_NOT_NONE to
// disallow None because it is a list of QPoint, not of a pointer
// to a QPoint, so None isn't appropriate.
for (int i = 0; i < PyTuple_Size(sipPy); ++i)
if (!sipCanConvertToType(PyTuple_GET_ITEM(sipPy, i),
sipType_QByteArray, SIP_NOT_NONE))
return 0;

// The type is valid.
return 1;
}

// Create the instance on the heap.
QPair<QByteArray, QByteArray> *qp = new QPair<QByteArray, QByteArray>;

QByteArray *qba1;
int state;

// Get the address of the element's C++ instance. Note that, in
// this case, we don't apply any ownership changes to the list
// elements, only to the list itself.
qba1 = reinterpret_cast<QByteArray *>(sipConvertToType(
PyTuple_GET_ITEM(sipPy, 0),
sipType_QByteArray, 0,
SIP_NOT_NONE,
&state, sipIsErr));

// Deal with any errors.
if (*sipIsErr)
{
sipReleaseType(qba1, sipType_QByteArray, state);

// Tidy up.
delete qp;

// There is no temporary instance.
// See if we are just being asked to check the type of the Python
// object.
if (!sipIsErr)
{
// Checking whether or not None has been passed instead of a list
// has already been done.
if (!PyTuple_Check(sipPy) || PyTuple_Size(sipPy) != 2)
return 0;

// Check the type of each element. We specify SIP_NOT_NONE to
// disallow None because it is a list of QPoint, not of a pointer
// to a QPoint, so None isn't appropriate.
for (int i = 0; i < PyTuple_Size(sipPy); ++i)
if (!sipCanConvertToType(PyTuple_GET_ITEM(sipPy, i),
sipType_QByteArray, SIP_NOT_NONE))
return 0;
}

qp->first = *qba1;
// The type is valid.
return 1;
}

// Create the instance on the heap.
QPair<QByteArray, QByteArray> *qp = new QPair<QByteArray, QByteArray>;

// A copy of the QByteArray was assigned to the pair so we no longer
// need it. It may be a temporary instance that should be
// destroyed, or a wrapped instance that should not be destroyed.
// sipReleaseType() will do the right thing.
//sipReleaseType(qba1, sipType_QByteArray, state);
QByteArray *qba1;
int state;

/////////////////////////////////////////////
// Second item
// Get the address of the element's C++ instance. Note that, in
// this case, we don't apply any ownership changes to the list
// elements, only to the list itself.
qba1 = reinterpret_cast<QByteArray *>(sipConvertToType(
PyTuple_GET_ITEM(sipPy, 0),
sipType_QByteArray, 0,
SIP_NOT_NONE,
&state, sipIsErr));

QByteArray *qba2;
// Deal with any errors.
if (*sipIsErr)
{
sipReleaseType(qba1, sipType_QByteArray, state);

// Tidy up.
delete qp;

// Get the address of the element's C++ instance. Note that, in
// this case, we don't apply any ownership changes to the list
// elements, only to the list itself.
qba2 = reinterpret_cast<QByteArray *>(sipConvertToType(
PyTuple_GET_ITEM(sipPy, 1),
sipType_QByteArray, 0,
SIP_NOT_NONE,
&state, sipIsErr));
// There is no temporary instance.
return 0;
}

// Deal with any errors.
if (*sipIsErr)
{
sipReleaseType(qba1, sipType_QByteArray, state);
sipReleaseType(qba2, sipType_QByteArray, state);
qp->first = *qba1;

// Tidy up.
delete qp;
// A copy of the QByteArray was assigned to the pair so we no longer
// need it. It may be a temporary instance that should be
// destroyed, or a wrapped instance that should not be destroyed.
// sipReleaseType() will do the right thing.
sipReleaseType(qba1, sipType_QByteArray, state);

// There is no temporary instance.
return 0;
}
/////////////////////////////////////////////
// Second item

QByteArray *qba2;

// Get the address of the element's C++ instance. Note that, in
// this case, we don't apply any ownership changes to the list
// elements, only to the list itself.
qba2 = reinterpret_cast<QByteArray *>(sipConvertToType(
PyTuple_GET_ITEM(sipPy, 1),
sipType_QByteArray, 0,
SIP_NOT_NONE,
&state, sipIsErr));

// Deal with any errors.
if (*sipIsErr)
{
sipReleaseType(qba1, sipType_QByteArray, state);
sipReleaseType(qba2, sipType_QByteArray, state);

// Tidy up.
delete qp;

// There is no temporary instance.
return 0;
}

qp->second = *qba2;
qp->second = *qba2;


// A copy of the QByteArray was assigned to the pair so we no longer
// need it. It may be a temporary instance that should be
// destroyed, or a wrapped instance that should not be destroyed.
// sipReleaseType() will do the right thing.
//sipReleaseType(qba2, sipType_QByteArray, state);
// A copy of the QByteArray was assigned to the pair so we no longer
// need it. It may be a temporary instance that should be
// destroyed, or a wrapped instance that should not be destroyed.
// sipReleaseType() will do the right thing.
sipReleaseType(qba2, sipType_QByteArray, state);


// Return the instance.
*sipCppPtr = qp;
// Return the instance.
*sipCppPtr = qp;

// The instance should be regarded as temporary (and be destroyed as
// soon as it has been used) unless it has been transferred from
// Python. sipGetState() is a convenience function that implements
// this common transfer behaviour.
return sipGetState(sipTransferObj);
// The instance should be regarded as temporary (and be destroyed as
// soon as it has been used) unless it has been transferred from
// Python. sipGetState() is a convenience function that implements
// this common transfer behaviour.
return sipGetState(sipTransferObj);

%End
};

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