Adding and running functions at runtime
jhndnn at yahoo.com
Wed Jun 12 19:27:43 CEST 2002
I am currently embedding Python in my C++ application and would like
to add function 'scriplets' defined by strings and then call them from
C. Let me explain what I am trying to do -
1. load a string that defines a function ( or functions )
2. get the function object for a defined function
3. call function with arguments
4. get return value and modified argument values
so the code might look something like
const char * funcs =
"def foo( arg1, arg2 )\n"
" arg2 = arg2\n"
"def foo2( arg1, arg2 )\n"
" return arg1+arg2\n"
Mythical_PyLoad( funcs );
PyObject* foo = Mythical_PyGet_Function( "foo" );
PyObject* foo2 = Mythical_PyGet_Function( "foo2" );
PyOjbect* args = some code here to create arguments
// this should return the sume of the args
PyObject* result = PyEval_CallObject( foo2, args );
// this should modify the second arg
PyObject* result = PyEval_CallObject( foo, args );
I have been able to load code using Py_CompileString, but that appears
to run inline code, and I couldn't get it to return a value or modify
something in the dictionary.
I hope that makes sense...
Thanks for any help-
Peak Audio, Inc.
johnd at peakaudio.dontspamme.com
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