[Python-Dev] Gradual migration

Barry Scott barry@scottb.demon.co.uk
Sat, 28 Oct 2000 12:23:50 +0100

[Gordon wrote]
> All of the existing C++ interfaces / helpers deal only with type 
> objects (at least, those that I've examined, which is most of 
> them). In fact, only ExtensionClass attempts to deal with the 
> class / type split, and while it's a masterpiece, I think it's a 
> great example of everything to avoid in Py3K.

	Py_Cpp support C++ classes you can derived from in Python.
	Once I get my head around the proxy interface I'll try and
	add that to CXX. CXX today allows you to create C++ class
	that you can use from Python, but not derive from.

		CXX maintainer