sharing time between embedded python and c code
ignacio at openservices.net
Sat Oct 13 06:15:04 CEST 2001
On Sat, 13 Oct 2001 howard at eegsoftware.com wrote:
> I would like to embed python into a (windows) c-program and spend some
> time in the python interpreter (processing some simple gui updates)
> and some time in my c program (handling some DirectX calls and such).
> I seem to be stuck on how to do this. I have embedded the Python
> interpreter, can import and run a program, and return (having a
> .mainloop in the python code to pump things).
> However, what I would LIKE to do is
> 1. Load the python code at initialization time.
> Loop (at really long time)
> a. Periodically call something in the Python code to
> perform ".updates" .
> b. Periodically call the verklempt Windows/DirectX
> routines for the high speed part of things.
> I expect to run several threads:
> One for my dedicated DirectX updates
> One for the Python calls.
> I must be missing something since I can't figure out how to call a
> specific function in the interpreter environment without receiving an
> Any ideas?
It would be helpful to see what you have so far and what errors you're
getting. We're not quite _that_ psychic ;)
Ignacio Vazquez-Abrams <ignacio at openservices.net>
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