[capi-sig] How do you create a Python class and its instance using only the Python C/API...
DiRosa, Franco (US SSA)
franco.dirosa at baesystems.com
Fri Jul 18 19:54:18 CEST 2008
I've embedded Python into a C++ application under the Windows operating
system. It uses Python as the scripting language to extend the Windows
Application thus making it more configurable. Everything works great
but I want the stderr to be redirected to a window I have up in my
windows app. I noticed by stepping thru the Python code that there is a
case where it looks for a "write" attribute object which if found will
pass the text to (PyFile_WriteObject). That would work great but I need
to create this object that exposes this "write" attribute from within my
windows application code in C++ thus I need to use the Python C/API to
do it. Any help on how to basically write a python class with a "write"
function in it using nothing only but the Python C/API would be greatly
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