Python as an extension language

Miki Tebeka mtebeka at qualcomm.com
Mon Mar 6 13:22:09 CET 2006


Hello Torsten,

> I'd like to use Python as an extension language for a C++ program.
> I.e., the user starts my program and gives a python script, either
> by file name or via stdin.  The python script triggers a couple of
> function calls within the C++ program, and afterwards my program
> exits.
> 
> I already know how to do that in principle.  My only concern is
> distributing the thing, especially for the Windows platform.  Is it
> possible to create a bundle of my program and a light-weight Python
> interpreter, so that installation is easy and disk usage relatively
> small?  The Python scripts are not supposed to import modules after
> all, at least not explicitly.
See http://starship.python.net/crew/theller/moin.cgi/ShippingEmbedded

HTH
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