[C++-sig] looking up functions
alanbaljeu at yahoo.com
Thu Nov 13 15:40:31 CET 2008
I'm reading the Python extension tutorial, and I cannot believe the embedding section. It tells me the only way to call a python function is to callout to python to pass back a function object which I then save so I can call it when I need to. This seems ridiculous. Surely there is a way to obtain Python function objects without going through that! Does somebody have a way to ask for a function by name?
Also, perhaps somebody can explain if there is something about Python that makes this difficult, why such is not the default way of doing interop.
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