[Python-Dev] #include "Python.h"
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Sun Jan 29 18:22:23 CET 2012
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On Sun, Jan 29, 2012 at 03:34:38PM +0000, Andrea Crotti wrote:
> I have a newbie question about CPython.
> Looking at the C code I noted that for example in tupleobject.c there is
> only one include
> #include "Python.h"
> Python.h actually includes everything as far as I can I see so:
> - it's very hard with a not-enough smart editor to find out where the
> not-locally defined symbols are actually defined (well sure that is
> not a problem for most of the people)
> - if all the files include python.h, doesn't it generate very big object
> files? Or is it not a problem since they are stripped out after?
Oleg Broytman http://phdru.name/ phd at phdru.name
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