I’m trying to use NeroCOM in a Python program and I’m dealing with events problems.
All was ok up to defining the nero object and obtain CDInfo but I’m not able to make nero firing OnDriveStatusChanged event.
My program says:
import win32com.client as COM
self.nero = COM.Dispatch(“Nero.Nero”)
drives = self.nero.GetDrives(COM.constants.NERO_MEDIA_CD)
… # loop for wait for end of gathering CD infos event
where self.burner is choosen by the user among “drives”
if drive.DevType == COM.constants.NERO_SCSI_DEVTYPE_WORM
self.cdInfo = COM.DispatchWithEvents(self.burner, infoEvent)
…self.evDoneCDInfo = win32event.CreateEvent(None, 0, 0, None)
def OnDoneCDInfo (self, PyDispatchObj):
… # read CD info from PyDispatchObj
This works fine. The OnDoneCDInfo event is fired up and trapped by my infoEvent class.
Now I’m trying to make NeroDrive trigger the OnDriveStatusChanged event but it doesn’t seem to work in any way.
Please help me, if someone is more familiar with event treatment in python and knows more deeply how to manage NeroCOM objects.