vincent at visualtrans.de
Wed Sep 15 06:53:04 CEST 2004
tom fogal wrote:
> Hi all, I can't seem to find out how to get a python script to run from
> a C (well, C++...) program.
> In particular, I'm confused about how the execution of the example code
> at http://docs.python.org/ext/pure-embedding.html works. If I call the
> example code 'multiply.py' and I generate an executable named 'call' (as
> the page suggests), I had expected the following to work:
> ./call multiply.py multiply 3 2
How about "call multiply multiply 3 2" (notice the missing extension .py) ;)
> where 'multiply' is a function in multiply.py. The above comes back with
> an ImportError saying that there is "No module named multiply.py", and
> a similar message if I change 'multiply.py' to 'multiply' (again as the
> page would suggest).
> I saw somewhere (sorry, I forget where now) some code that would suggest
> that I need to tag my python files with a module name, and got the
> vague impression that something like:
> mod = __import__(modname)
> would do the trick. This doesn't seem to affect things though...
> Could anyone show me in the right direction towards just getting a
> simple 'hello world' type example to be run from a PyImport_<something>
> call? I'm hoping I could figure it out without bothering anyone else
> from then on.
> Thank you,
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