[PyKDE] Using SIP to call Python from C++
niacneb at yahoo.com
Thu May 19 20:49:05 BST 2005
Thanks for the detailed response!
I believe I do need to call SIP (maybe just Python)
from C++. I have an existing C++ application that I'm
trying to add Python plotting capabilities to. I need
to spawn these plot utilities ... telling them where
to get the plot data ... then closing them (with
resource cleanup) when done. Make sense?
The Python/C API seems very tedious to code to.
Perhaps the book you recommended will be a great
start. I have done it. But, getting the Python
function, setting the arguments, and freeing the
allocated resources was very, very difficult (IMHO).
Examples ... do you recommend the WIKI as a place to
start learning? As you might know, it's a little
overwhelming. I particularly appreciated the
Boost.Python tutorial. Does SIP have one of this
--- Jim Bublitz <jbublitz at nwinternet.com> wrote:
> There is no reason to access sip from the C++ side
> of a C++-Python
> mixed-language application (at least in cases I'm
> familiar with).
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