From: Ullrich Koethe (u.koethe_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-07-18 09:50:53
> Is there support for wrapping in-place operators like
> Expression_.def(&Expression::operator+=, "__iadd__");
> I always seem to get runtime type errors.
> The way these operators should be wrapped is probably slightly
> different than for the other operators, but at first sight, I could
> not find any code in the Boost source that deals with in-place
That's right. Boost.Python was developed just before in-place operators
were introduced into Python, so they are currently unsopported. I'll
look into that as soon as I have time. Still, I'd have guessed that your
approach should have worked. What's the problem?
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