[C++-sig] [boost][python2.5] "with" support
dave at boost-consulting.com
Wed Sep 27 17:13:51 CEST 2006
"Colin Grealy" <cgrealy at mailcan.com> writes:
> True, but to define the __exit__ method you need to write a C++ method
> with the following signature
> void func(boost::python::object exc_type,
> boost::python::object exc_val,
> boost::python::object exc_tb)
> Most of the C++ objects I wrap are not python aware. I'd like some way
> of wrapping a call to a simple method (e.g. void cleanup()).
We need a design before it can be implemented.
> I suppose I'm looking for a generic way to discard arguements from
I don't understand the relationship between discarding arguments and
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