[C++-sig] Boost.Python 1.33.1 and static __doc__ properties
apt.buza at gmail.com
Wed Feb 29 00:07:24 CET 2012
I have a set of libraries that I've been trying to build for Python 2.7
using the 1.33.1 release of Boost.Python. I've used them in the past with
Python 2.4, but Py2.6 made the __doc__ property on classes read-only.
Because of this change I get an AttributeError (with the message
object attribute '__doc__' is read-only") when I try to import the module.
There's another post to this mailing list about this issue at
it doesn't look like it was ever resolved.
I've tried removing explicit docstrings from my source to see if I could
avoid that but things like .def_readonly appear to add them implicitly.
Updating to a newer Boost release is the obvious answer but that's
extremely painful for a number of reasons, one them being a handful of
patches that have been applied to the my local Boost 1.33.1 release that
I'd need to port to the latest version.
I'd like to modify Boost.Python 1.33.1 to avoid setting static properties
and I've made a few attempts at that but I haven't been successful so far.
Could someone more familiar with the code tell me if this is a reasonably
simple modification and maybe point me in the right direction?
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