[C++-sig] win32: BOOST_PYTHON_MODULE always exports DLL symbols

David Abrahams dave at boost-consulting.com
Thu Jan 2 17:11:41 CET 2003


"Nicolas Lelong" <n_lelong at hotmail.com> writes:

> Hi,
>
> I found out that the BOOST_PYTHON_MODULE macro for win32 always use the
> __declspec(dllexport) qualifier to declare the module init function.
>
> As in my case, I extend an embedded python interpreter (in my EXE) these
> symbols have no use.
>
> I thought that the use of the BOOST_PYTHON_DECL instead of
> __declspec(dllexport) should do the trick in most cases ; but perhaps this
> export behaviour should be controled in a separate way for people that would
> like to use a static BPL to build modules for stand-alone python.
>
> What do you think of it ?
> Thanks,

Add -DBOOST_PYTHON_STATIC_LIB to your compiler command-line or
<define>BOOST_PYTHON_STATIC_LIB to your bjam requirements; that will
turn off exporting.

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