[C++-sig] boost.python not working in Visual Studio 2005?

Tang, Guang gtang at bcm.tmc.edu
Tue Jun 10 17:33:41 CEST 2008

"Nat Goodspeed" <nat at lindenlab.com> wrote in message news:<484DC4F6.4000602 at lindenlab.com>...
> Grant wrote:
> > The compilation goes OK, but I can not import any 
> > library into python. The Python interpreter just complian no such library 
> > file exist. I check the path should be fine.
> > 
> > I checked my dll library and the python library, I notice the python2.5 
> > library is compiled with VS2003, since it linked to VS2003 runtime. Could 
> > that be the problem? Should I compile Python 2.5.2 from source with VS2005?
> Did you just change to Python 2.5? You said you're building a .dll 
> library? Try renaming that to .pyd. See the last item on this page:
> http://docs.python.org/whatsnew/ports.html#SECTION0001510000000000000000
> If Python finds the extension module but detects a version mismatch, you 
> usually get a different error.

Thank you nat. This solves my problem. 


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