[C++-sig] Py++ generated code
newsuser at stacom-software.de
Tue Jan 16 16:36:49 CET 2007
Roman Yakovenko schrieb:
Thanks for the quick reply.
I suppose the other way (tha the gui) is to use it with command line. Correct? I
can't find a example with command line options. Do you have included it in the
documentation of py++?
> On 1/16/07, Alexander Eisenhuth <newsuser at stacom-software.de> wrote:
>> What I did, was trying to evaluate py++. Therefor I used
>> pyplusplus_gui.pyw and
>> inserted the header to wrap, the include path and the gccxml - Exe.
>> The I pressed "generate code"
>> I tried to compile this code in Visual Studio 6. The compiler couldn't
>> find the
>> header "__array_1.pypp.hpp".
>> Where can I find the header ?
> The short answer you can not find it, because it does not exist. The
> long answer
> is that I did not think about this use case. I can suggest 2 work around's:
> 1. You can use the file I attached
> 2. You can the GUI to generate Py++ code. In this case the file,
> __array_1.pypp.hpp, will be generated in the same directory as the
> main source file
>> Did I miss something to install?
> No. This is just plain bug.
>> Am I doing nonsense?
> No. I build the GUI to server slightly different purpose. I will
> correct this error.
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