as far as I know, there is nothing for Qt types. I personally assumed with MOC that qtscript would be more appropriate if you were already using Qt. But if you want to write some chaiscript bindings, that'd be cool. Seems like the kind of thing that should live in the ChaiScript_extras repository https://github.com/ChaiScript/ChaiScript_extras
@lefticus I have used QtScript. It works but is very slow for our use case. The boxing and unboxing kills every performance. I am looking for something faster and ChaiScript seems to have no real slowdown for box/unbox.
it's an interesting question. You could provide automated type conversion to and from anything QVariant can hold... so if you try to use one in the context of a string, it would just work... I think there's some risk not always getting the exact conversion you thought you would get if you go that road, but it might be worthy trying