[C++-sig] Re: INTERFACING C++ TO PYTHON
dave at boost-consulting.com
Wed Aug 6 13:29:48 CEST 2003
"satish k.chimakurthi" <skchim0 at engr.uky.edu> writes:
> Dear sir,
> I am a grad.student at the UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY. This mail is with reference
> to "Boost.python" that I have come across recently
Please take your Boost.Python questions to the C++-sig:
> I am basically a newbie in python. In my research I need to use
> LLNL'S "Overture-ogen C++ software framework" for grid generation.
> I wrote a small code for my application using this huge C++
> framework which is I can run this code within the "Overture
> framework" using standard rules for making which I have in a
> However, I would want to use PYTHON to do the samething and would
> like to glue my C++ code to python so that I can use python not only
> as an input mechanism to this code, but also run my code in the
> OVERTURE FRAMEWORK, but from outside. In short, I would like to
> provide an interface to this C++ framework so that I can access the
> various features of the framework by mere manipulation of my
> underlying C++ code that I would write.
> Can I use Boost.python to do this ??
Probably. If I understand you correctly, that's what Boost.Python is
> Can you cite any references to learn more about this ??
Did you read the documentation at http://www.boost.org/libs/python?
> Thanks in advance for your time and patience,
> With Best Regards,
I'm happy to help.
> SATISH K.CHIMAKURTHI
> GRAD. RESEARCH ASSISTANT
> UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
> KENTUCKY STATE
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