[C++-sig] wrapping a function that takes a void*
matthew.scouten at gmail.com
Fri Oct 12 18:44:59 CEST 2007
On 10/12/07, English, Mark <Mark.English at rbccm.com> wrote:
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> > Subject: [C++-sig] wrapping a function that takes a void*
> > I am wraping a function that takes a void* as an argument.
> Is an opaque pointer what you're looking for ?
> Note there are some potential bugs in this. The PyTypeObject's name causes a crash I believe but I'm using boost 1.32, Python 2.3.6 so it may have been fixed by now in either of those.
> For example using the example code:
> >>> import opaque_ext
> >>> p = opaque_ext.get()
> >>> type(p) #Causes an access violation
No, I need the opposite of that. I have a reference to some python
object (any python object) that needs to be passed to a c++ function
expecting a (void *). Later, that object will be handed back to python
as a reference again.
It is fine to tell the python programmer that it is his problem to
prevent the object from being GCed in the meantime.
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