[Pythonmac-SIG] library build example?

David Worrall vip at avatar.com.au
Wed Mar 7 15:14:08 CET 2007

Hi Folks,
	I'm porting a number of c/c++ programs as libraries for python  
import using SWIG + SCONS or MAKE
	I can build a lib*.so library OK (a compiled c program uses it)
	I can SWIG to produce the *wrap.c and *.py files.

I'm having trouble with the next step : linking/loading the *wrap.c  
and lib*.so library into a single library that can be loaded as a  
python module using the
SWIG produced *.py file.

Some questions:
	Do I need to make the first *so or not or is it necessary/usual  
practice to SWIG and then build the whole final library in one hit.
	Does anyone have a simple example using either SCONS or MAKE, which  
has the correct ld options for OSX10.4.8?

I would appreciate any advice from those w. more experience than I on  
this matter.

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