From: David Abrahams (abrahams_at_[hidden])
Date: 2000-10-25 08:12:48
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mark Evans" <mark.evans_at_[hidden]>
> One thing that would help py_cpp is better folder organization.
> As I see matters we currently have, in the same directory level,
> headers + library source + example source + Python scripts.
> What would make more sense as internal folders:
> Where again, the MSVC project uses $(BOOST_PATH) and
> $(PYTHONHOME)\include and $(PYTHONHOME)\lib as indicated before.
> It might also be nice to indicate where py_cpp belongs in the
> boost folder, if anywhere.
> Incidentally CXX uses a namespace "Py::" whereas py_cpp uses
> "py::" -- just a hair's difference. Maybe "PY_CPP::" instead?
Good points all. Py_cpp has been accepted into boost, but not finalized for
release (and as such it doesn't belong in the boost folder, yet). I expect
to address most of these issues as part of finalization.
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