[PyQt] SIP: Where is the generated python wrapper code?
kelley at eyesopen.com
Thu Mar 19 22:19:23 GMT 2009
You are too used to SWIG. SIP doesn't generate "python wrapper code", it just generates C++ code that turns into a dynamically linked library that you load.
On 3/19/09 6:13 PM, "Magnus Benjes" <magnus.benjes at googlemail.com> wrote:
I have used SWIG for several years. Now I want to change to SIP. But I did not manage to run even the simplest example from the reference guide. When I tried the "Word" example there was a lot of C++ Code created, but no Python wrapper code.
Where is the generated Python wrapper code?
I am using Pythonxy on Windows XP.
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