API Notes: DiscRecording framework¶
The full API is described in Apple’s documentation, both the C and Objective-C APIs are available (but see the API Notes below).
These bindings are accessed through the
DiscRecording package (that is,
This framework exposes both a C API and an Objective-C API. The Objetive-C API is easier to use and should work without problems in Python. The C API is harder to use and requires some manual wrappers to use nicely from Python, those manual wrappers aren’t present at the moment.
These types are not fully useful at the moment. The types require a manual wrapper that is not yet written.
The ‘refCon’ must be an integer. The ‘callbacks’ argument must be None.
context.register() if you want to store an arbitrary python
Changing the API to allow arbitrary python objects here is not
possible as the function
DRGetRefCon doesn’t return the callback
info, and hence PyObjC cannot know how to bridge the result of that
function back to python unless we treat is as an arbitrary ‘handle’.