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From: elaine_y_at_[hidden]
Date: 2001-08-27 12:12:17


I have the basic functionality of creating an empty vector and being
able to pass the vectors from c++ to python. Now, I want to be able
to do it the other way. I'm having trouble fleshing out

matrix_double_wrapper::matrix_double_wrapper(PyObject* self,
python::tuple tuple)
        : std::vector< std::vector<double> >(tuple.size())
        std::vector< std::vector<double> >::iterator vd = begin();
        for (int i = 0; i < tuple.size(); i++) {
            std::vector<double> vrow;
            // what to do next?
            // tuple[i].get() gives me a reference
            // how can I convert that reference to a tuple?
            // then, I could parse that tuple to create a
            // vector I could add to my row vector.
            // python::tuple row = tuple[i].get() converted to tuple
            for (int j=0; j<row.size(); j++){
            vd[i] = vrow;

    The other alternative I see is to do something like
    vd[i] = BOOST_PYTHON_CONVERSION::from_python(tuple[i].get(),
                python::type< vector<double> >());
    I did create a wrapper for vector<double> which works. However,
    the above didn't work though it compiled. Not sure why.


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