These bindings are accessed through the
JSContextRef) are C types with manual reference counting. PyObjC
does not manage the reference counts for you, you’ll have to call the correct retain and release functions manually to avoid
leaking memory and/or crashing.
This is a context manager that makes it easier to deal with reference counts:
is more or less equivalent to:
The actual release function used depends on the type of value.
This function is not supported. Convert the string to a Python type using
The private data of an object is a
void* in (Objective-)C, and an integer in Python. Use the
objc.context object to attach
arbitrary data to an object:
These structs and functions using them are not yet supported.
Not supported at the moment as this requires manual wrappers (C code).
macOS 10.9 introcuded a
JSExport protocol. The macro
available as a function with a slightly more involved interface:
But sadly, using a protocol defined in Python does not work at this time.
To use the protocol you must use a Python that’s build with macOS 10.9 or later as the deployment target.