gavinpaterson at yahoo.com
Tue May 9 10:39:40 CEST 2006
I am writing as I am having trouble embedding a Python program into a
Win XP C++ console application.
I have written a script file for importing and I am trying to use the
example for "Pure Embedding" found in the product documentation.
The program fails to successfully execute past the line:
if (pFunc && PyCallable_Check(pFunc))
I have checked the pFunc pointer at runtime and it is not null so I
assume that the PyCallable_Check fails.
If I define my function in python in file "multiply.py" as:
print "Will compute", a, "times", b
c = 0
for i in range(0, a):
c = c + b
Then in VC++ I call the program with arguments:
multiply multiply 23 3
Then I'd expect a successful result, the file seems to be getting
parsed if multiply.pyc is available, but the function multiply does
not seem to be callable - where am I going wrong?
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