erhan at uzem.itu.edu.tr
Fri Jun 13 00:01:48 CEST 2003
for inline C/C++ in python...
Quoting Max Khesin <max at cNOvSisiPonAtecMh.com>:
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> "DB_RobertP" <member31018 at dbforums.com> wrote in message
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> > What systems do people use to easily make C/C++ code visible to Python?
> > I'm currently checking out Swig, but I've heard others mentioned. If
> > anyone has any experience with these systems, could you recommend one to
> > look into? Also, any other general pointers when trying to extend C/C++
> > code to python sctipts would be greatly appreciated.
> > Thanks!
> > Robert
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