From: David Abrahams (david.abrahams_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-02-10 21:56:43
I agree completely. However, since that particular aspect of the system is
completely changed for Boost.Python V2 I don't see any point in documenting
the V1 approach. I'll be working on documentation for the initial V2
components starting this week.
Thanks for your support of and interest in Boost.Python!
----- Original Message -----
From: "V Jovanovic" <canontriplex_at_[hidden]>
> I am new to boost.python and I am impressed with the
> library which appears to be very useful, however, I
> really think that the documentation has a serious gap
> regarding how one passes types from python to c++ and
> I see that the authors expect from users to figure
> this out by looking in the directory python/example.
> However, after a couple of hours doing that I decided
> that it is not worth the time without documentation,
> so I gave up.
> I think something like a description about typemaps
> provided with SWIG would be sufficient if the authors
> want boost.python to gain a greater user's base.
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