Combining C and Python programs
philip at semanchuk.com
Sat Aug 29 20:46:15 CEST 2009
On Aug 29, 2009, at 3:54 AM, Sortie wrote:
> I want to write a program that will use ode for the physics
> simulation, whose python bindings are outdated. So I'm writing
> the physics engine in C and want to write the drawing code in
> Python. What will be the best way of making those two programs
> work together? THe physics engine won't have to run concurrently
> with the drawing code. It will only return some position data so
> they can be drawn.
I'd look at ctypes first, as Hendrik suggested. It's pretty simple and
part of the standard library.
If that doesn't work for you for some reason and you're willing to use
something outside of the standard library, you might find Cython useful.
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