PyInline was Re: probs w/ building python extensions on free Microsoft.NET SDK
new_name at mit.edu
Tue Aug 7 20:38:17 CEST 2001
To me, it seems like the biggest advantage to Inline is that it writes
the wrapper code for you automatically. I can't see a big advantage to
having, say, C code stored in a .py file. What does it get you?
Having mixed languages in the one file is not a big advantage, I'd have
thought pyperl would suffice for the perl inteface, and maybe a simple
wrapper around SWIG would suffice for the C interface.
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