Problem with PyRun_SimpleFile and MFC Application

Susanne susi2000 at web.de
Tue Nov 25 21:32:46 CET 2003


Hello!

In have embedded python into my MFC application.
It works fine using the PyRun_SimpleString method, giving it a string with
some simple commands.

When i am using PyRun_SimpleFile instead, my application crashes.

I have also created a console application. There i also call PyRun_SimpleFile.
The console application executes the given script.

My code looks like the following:

**********************************
MFC-Application:
**********************************

>Py_SetProgramName("testclient");

>/* Initialize the Python interpreter.  Required. */
>Py_Initialize();

>initCORBA();

>curMode = DEBUG_MODE;

>//**** is running!!!!*****
>//CString command = "import CORBA; CORBA.SetTPData();";
>//PyRun_SimpleString(command);
>//CORBA is my python module, SetTPData a method of this modul
>//in SetTPData i open an AfxMessageBox, so thats why i know that
>//it works

>//path of my file
>char * filename2 = "C:\\cvsroot\\OCI-TestClient\\projects\\main\\tao\\test.py";
>FILE *fp =fopen(filename2,"r");
int result;

>if(fp !=NULL)
>{
>       //does not work :-( 
>	result = PyRun_SimpleFile(fp,filename2);
>       fclose(fp);
>}

>Py_Finalize();

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Now the code of the console application:
****************************************

>/* Pass argv[0] to the Python interpreter */
>Py_SetProgramName(argv[0]);
	
>/* Initialize the Python interpreter.  Required. */
>Py_Initialize();

>//create instance of my class
>PythonExtension * pythi = new PythonExtension();

>//init my module (not the same module like in MFC app)
>pythi->initspam();
	

>char * filename2 = "C:\\cvsroot\\OCI-TestClient\\projects\\main\\tao\\test.py";
>FILE *fp =fopen(filename2,"r");
>int result;

>//works fine, only says, that there is no modul called CORBA
>//see below
>result = PyRun_SimpleFile(fp,filename2);
>printf("Result: %d",result);

**********************
My python script file:
**********************

>import CORBA;
>CORBA.SetTPData();

>//...

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So, does anyone of you have an idea, what i am doing wrong in my mfc app?

Susanne




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