bhaskar.jain2002 at gmail.com
Mon Sep 14 20:34:01 CEST 2009
I have an external library which uses SWIG to generate bindings for many
languages like python, perl etc. So they have the interface (.i files)
present and also a 'binding' directory and separate dirs for diff
languages. So for 'Python', they have the wrapper functions (.c files) in
the bindings/python dir. So on installing this library, i can use the python
Problem is that there was a bug and they have changed a few lines in one of
the C files. So my question is - will just applying the patch and installing
the library again, will i get a fresh good python binding or do i need to
regenerate the wrapper_ *.c files using SWIG.
Any tips in working with SWIG, using the python bindings will be
appreciated. Also is it a frequent problem of segmentation faults using the
python bindings of C programs which employ lot of pointers.
Sorry, I am new to SWIG.
Is it advisable to use SWIG at all?
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