[C++-sig] Exposing classes
dave at boost-consulting.com
Wed Jul 27 19:42:18 CEST 2005
"Ira" <sheig222 at gmail.com> writes:
> A question on basics...
> Do all my exposed C++ symbols need to be in .dll format (win32 of
> What I mean is, can I have an exe running a python intrpreter where exposed
> symbols are compiled *inside* the exe and somehow be able to access them
> from the python scripts?
> How would I import the modules in such a case?
Just use import in your Python code, but of course your C/C++ code
needs to register the module first. There's an example of this in the
libs/python/test/ directory. See embedding.cpp. The awful Jamfile
incantation needed to build and run it portably is:
import testing ;
run ../test/embedding.cpp <lib>../build/boost_python
: # program args
: # input files
: # requirements
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