From: David Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-09-01 03:23:56
"Dan" <dan_at_[hidden]> writes:
> Sorry to trouble you Dave, it was my mistake. I had a couple default
> arguments for function parameters to the constructor. It seems that
> Boost::Python doesn't like this ( I was wondering how support for that
> might have been implemented )
I don't understand what constructor you mean.
> and it causes an exception to be thrown
> from c++ ( maybe a stack related exception? )
I don't know enough about your problem to say. Again I request you
post a minimal complete example to the C++ sig.
> and caught by Boost.
> Adding multiple overloads solved the issue. Thanks for your time and
> congradulations on a neat idea that was implemented very cleverly.
Not so very cleverly, if you had problems :(
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