From: David Abrahams (david.abrahams_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-06-02 00:05:26
From: "David GD Wilson" <firestar_at_[hidden]>
> Thanks for the response. I have looked into the method you have
> suggested below. However unsure how I can create a CTest instance within
> my c++ code? I can see how it will work if I create the CTest/PTest from
> inside python, but I need to create the CTest/PTest from c++.
> Is this going to be possible with the method you have suggested?
Sure. Just use
// Get the class object
PyTypeObject* PTest = c_test.get_extension_class();
// call the Python class to make a new instance.
python::ref x = python::callback<python::ref>::call((PyObject*)PTest,
where a1, a2... are the constructor arguments.
Now x manages a Python PTest object which holds a CTest instance.
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