Cython now supports -- or will, with 0.13, coming soon -- wrapping C++ classes without any mucking about with a lot of fake wrapping and whatnot.
This could be a BIG step forward for a LOT of projects. Things like direct wrapping of Enzo data structures -- particularly for inline analysis! -- as well as interfacing with external C++ libraries for graphics support. Once upon a time I spent some effort to wrap Enzo with Cython, and the C/C++ divide just ended up causing headaches, but this should reduce or eliminate that quite a bit.
Just something to keep in mind.
---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: Danilo Freitas email@example.com Date: Thu, Jan 28, 2010 at 7:34 PM Subject: [Cython] C++ support - A simple tutorial To: firstname.lastname@example.org
As you know, Robert is planning to put the work about C++ Support in next release. So, we have some new stuff, and people need to learn it.
I wrote a very simple tutorial on wiki , with some examples. I think it's easy to learn (and use) it.
So, if you have any questions about it, just ask here.
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