Date: 2001-08-30 14:56:54
just tried to figure out this by myself and by reading the docs and
archives, but I failed:-(
Here is my problem.
I have an app which should
a) export objects to python and
b) embedds python.
I managed to build a extension module using boost, which builds
wrapper classes for my c++ objects.
In my App I include the extension dll to register my apps c++ objects
In the embedded python I load this extension module and get the
objects using the wrapped registry.
This works really fine. I can get access the apps objects from python
and change their attributes from there.
What I don't know is how I can create an PyObject* from one of my
classes to call a Python function with it? (embedded Python)
Code should like that:
int main(int, char**)
CMyClass a; // create one of my apps class objects
PyObject *pMod = PyImport_ImportModule("ext_mod"); // load the
// now I need a PyObject Pointer for my object a
PyObject* pA = ?????(a);
// after that I would like to add it to the modules dict
How do I accomplish this?
In the definition for my ext_mod module (boost) I use
to build an extension class. But how do I use this to call to_python
How can I export this from my DLL if I have to use it to get my
PyObject* from CMyClass?
Thanks a lot
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