[C++-sig] constructing Python objects in C++
strawman at astraw.com
Wed Jul 7 23:07:10 CEST 2004
(Thanks much for providing guidance on previous questions. On with a
simple? newbie question.)
The tutorial (section "Derived Object types") nicely explains that
class_<T> lets me make a Python object out of a C++ class.
However, if I've already defined class_<T> once in my
BOOST_PYTHON_MODULE block, how can I create a Python object of this
wrapped class elsewhere in the code without the class_<T> block?
In other words, right now, I'm forced to replicate the class_<T>
definition in both the BOOST_PYTHON_MODULE block and also whereever I
want to create a Python object representing an instance of this class.
Is there a way to avoid such multiple definitions?
(I feel that maybe I'm missing something pretty fundamental...)
Cheers and TIA,
More information about the Cplusplus-sig