[BangPypers] Calling Python script from C++.

Shivaraj M S shivraj.ms at gmail.com
Wed Mar 3 15:31:15 CET 2010

if this thread is still active - 
instead of passing the argument , probably the argument can be extracted
from a temporary file/buffer. a small code can be inserted to the python
code sent as argument to PyRun_SimpleString() to read it.

steve-391 wrote:
> Hi,
> On 02/25/2010 07:32 PM, lakshmi.chowdam at bt.com wrote:
>> Hi Zubin,
>> [...snip...]
>> In the function definition, I am taking 1 hard coded variable and needs
>> to pass this variable along with the string(python code) to
>> PyRun_SimpleString() and execute it.
>> Could you tell me the solution how to map the argument to the
>> string(python code) and pass to PyRun_SimpleString() and execute
>> successfully?
> Is there any specific reason you choose to read the entire file and
> execute it 
> using PyRun_SimpleString() as opposed to the more traditional and standard 
> methods of using fork()+exec*() or system() functions ?
> cheers,
> - steve
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