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NAME

       API - wxPerl extension API documentation

DESCRIPTION

   WXPL_API_VERSION
       An integer value used to differentiate wxPerl versions, it is guaranteed to be non-
       decreasing. wxPerl 0.15 value is 0150; wxPerl 1.00 value will be 1000, wxPerl 2.12 value
       will be 2120.

       Introduced in wxPerl 0.15

   wxPli_create_evthandler
         SV* wxPli_create_evthandler( pTHX_ wxEvtHandler* object,
                                      const char* classname );

       Creates a new hash reference, blessed into "classname", and binds"object" to it.

       Introduced in wxPerl 0.16

   wxPli_evthandler_2_sv
         SV* wxPli_evthandler_2_sv( pTHX_ SV* var, wxEvtHandler* evth );

       Same as wxPli_object_2_sv, but works with "wxEvtHandler"-derived classes, which includes
       all "wxWindow"-derived classes.

       Introduced in wxPerl 0.16

   wxPli_get_class
         const char* wxPli_get_class( pTHX_ SV* ref );

       The C++ equivalent of "$class = ref( $obj ) || $obj"; the pointer returned by the function
       is potentially temporary.

   wxPli_non_object_2_sv
         SV* wxPli_non_object_2_sv( pTHX_ SV* var, void* data, const char* package );

       Binds a generic pointer to an "SV*", and returns it; the new binding is blessed into the
       given "package".

       Introduced before wxPerl 0.14

   wxPli_object_2_sv
         SV* wxPli_object_2_sv( pTHX_ SV* var, wxObject* object );

       Binds a "wxObject*" pointer to an "SV*", and returns it.  If the object is already bound
       to an "SV*", returns a reference to the existing "SV*", otherwise, it creates a new
       binding; in the latter case, the new "SV*" is blessed into a package obtained through the
       wxWidgets RTTI system.

       Introduced before wxPerl 0.14

   wxPli_push_arguments
         void wxPli_push_arguments( pTHX_ SV*** stack, const char* argtypes, ... );

         // example
         wxPli_push_arguments( aTHX_ SP, "iP", 12, "foo" );

       Pushes a variable number of arguments on the perl stack, it is useful for passing
       parameters to a Perl function. The "argtypes" string describes the types of subsequent
       arguments, each character of the string specifying the type of a single argument. Possible
       values are:

       b   a "bool" value

       i   an "int" value

       l   a "long" value

       L   an "unsigned long" value

       d   a "double" value

       p   a "char*" value

       w   a "wxChar*" value

       P   a "wxString*" value

       S   a "SV*", a copy of the SV is pushed on the stack

       s   a "SV*", the pointer itself is pushed on the stack

       O   a "wxObject*", the function will internally call "wxPli_object_2_sv" and push the
           result on the stack.

       o   this is the only type that uses 2 parameters: the first is a "void*", the second a
           "char*"; the function will internally call "wxPli_non_object_2_sv" and push the result
           on the stack.

       Introduced before wxPerl 0.14

   wxPli_sv_2_object
         void* wxPli_sv_2_object( pTHX_ SV* scalar, const char* classname );

       Extracts a bound pointer from a perl reference, checking that the reference belongs to the
       correct class (die()s on failure), and returns it. If "classname" is "NULL", the check is
       not done.

       Introduced before wxPerl 0.14

   wxPli_wxChar_2_sv
         SV* wxPli_wxChar_2_sv( pTHX_ const wxChar* str, SV* out );

       Stores a string into a "SV*", and returns the "SV*".

       Introduced before wxPerl 0.14

   wxPli_wxString_2_sv
         SV* wxPli_wxString_2_sv( pTHX_ const wxString& str, SV* out );

       Stores a string into a "SV*", and returns the "SV*".

       Introduced before wxPerl 0.14

AUTHOR

       Mattia Barbon <mbarbon at cpan dot org>