newbie embedding Python2.0 in C
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Mon Nov 20 21:24:48 CET 2000
"Marty Serschen" <mserschen at kw.igs.net> wrote in message
news:3A18AB7C.81E82F33 at kw.igs.net...
> I'm attempting to embed a few lines of Python, nowhere near anything
> fancy, into a C project (compiled with Metroworks CodeWarrior on WinNT)
> but I'm not having any success compiling. I'm following a "Hello World"
> example straight out of a text, and although I've included the Python.h
> header file, as required, the compiler complains that Py_Initialize() is
> I'm using Python version 2.0 on WinNT. I've obviously neglected to do
> something important if the compiler can't find the functions, but I
> don't know what it is that I've missed. Any help would be appreciated.
It's sure to be a CW-vs-VisualC++ issue; the Python version for
Win32 is tuned for Microsoft Visual C++ and may sometimes take
some effort to adapt it to other C compilers for that platform.
I'm unfortunately unable to provide any CW-specific advice, but
it's likely you may need some tweaking in or around config.h...
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