Date: 2001-03-01 11:28:33
Please forgive me if this has been discussed, but I couldn't find
mention of it.
I have a C++ library I am wrapping that routinely passes
BPL didn't compile with just a naive wrapping. So, I changed
conversions.hpp/cpp to add the functions:
PyObject* to_python (const wchar_t* s);
PyObject* to_python (const std::wstring& s);
const wchar_t* from_python (PyObject*, boost::python::type<const
std::wstring from_python (PyObject*,
std::wstring from_python (PyObject*, boost::python::type<const
Now it seems to work.
I suppose my alternative was to write wrapper functions that converted
from wstrings to strings, and just use these wrt boost, but I try to
avoid work whenever I can.
Are my above additions to conversions.* necessary? Or am I (most
likely) out to lunch?
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