[C++-sig] Patches and complete pyste replacement prototype for pyplusplus
abierbaum at gmail.com
Tue Feb 28 04:53:19 CET 2006
On 2/26/06, Roman Yakovenko <roman.yakovenko at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 2/24/06, Allen Bierbaum <abierbaum at gmail.com> wrote:
> > While Roman was on vacation I took it upon myself to delve into
> > pygccxml and pyplusplus and give my best shot and creating a
> > user-friendly Pyste replacement on top of these powerful tools. Well
> > after many hours of design, implementation, and refinement I have come
> > up with something that works very well for me. I have used it to wrap
> > a couple of large libraries and it gives me all the features I used to
> > have in Pyste plus a *lot* more capabilities and power thanks to
> > Roman'a great work.
> Glad to hear ( read :-) )
> > I haven't had time yet to provide complete documentation to the new
> > API, but I hope to find some time to do that this weekend. Until then
> > though I wanted to get my changes out for public consumption and
> > review.
> > First, there are two parts:
> > - A large patch for pygccxml/pyplusplus
> > - A python module providing the user-interface API
> Thank you very much.
> I already integrated your patches:
> almost all pataches to pygccxml has been taken.
> some of patches to pyplusplus has been taken.
What hasn't been accepted? Should I rework any of it?
> In order to commit those changes to cvs, I need you, to agree to
> release your code under
> boost software license ( http://boost.org/more/license_info.html )
> Do you agree?
Yes, I agree.
> Roman Yakovenko
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