On Mon, Aug 20, 2018 at 8:57 AM, Neal Becker <ndbecker2@gmail.com> wrote:
I'm confused, do you have a link or example showing how to use xtensor-python without pybind11?

I think you may have it backwards:

The Python bindings for xtensor are based on the pybind11 C++ library, which enables seemless interoperability between C++ and Python.

So no, yu can't use xtenson-python without pybind11 -- I think what was suggested was that you *could* use xtenson-python without using xtenson on the C++ side. i.e. xtensor-python is a higher level binding system than pybind11 alone, rather than just bindings for xtensor. And thus belongs in the docs about binding tools.

Which makes me want to take a closer look at it...



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