[C++-SIG] C++ Framework
furnish at acl.lanl.gov
Fri Nov 7 19:27:17 CET 1997
> I have been watching this SIG for a couple of days, and there doesn't seem
> to be much traffic, so I thought I would generate some.
> Has anybody tried to use the C++ framework from David Redish's article
> "Lessons in Python/C++ Interactions"? If so, any problems? I am doing a
> lot of Python extensions to integrate 3rd party libraries into our Python
> application, so I am very interested in this sort of thing. I would be
> interested in hearing any comments good or bad.
> Jeff Whitmire
> DocuShare Development Team
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It is true that things have been a little calm here lately. However,
this is only due to lack of things to report, rather than lack of
activity or lack of interest. Paul and I are hpoing to cut another
release of our C++ bindings before long. Also, I aim to get a web
page devoted to this activity going.
I am not familiar with the article you mention above. Can you provide
a full biblio for it?
Geoffrey Furnish email: furnish at lanl.gov
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