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From: Jeff Holle (jeff.holle_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-01-24 01:32:49

Sounds like you are on a windows system.
I've just done (successfully) what you tried on my linux machine.

I suggest:
    o search for the directory in which your getting_started2 DLL was
build and
       move to it.
    o copy the boostpython.dll to this directory.
    o copy to this directory.
    o try running the script.
To "install" this test so you don't need to run from this particular
directory, move the getting_started.dll to the "site-packages" directory
under your python distribution and move the boostpython.dll to some
directory that is exposed to your PATH environment variable.
Note that since this is just a test, the install isn't necessary or
really suggested.

Shukla, Nitin (Export) wrote:

>I fairly new to the Boost tool. I have just build the Boost.Python 1.30.2.
>To get started I used the examples "getting_started1.cpp and
>getting_started2.cpp." and build the required DLLs using the bjam tool. I
>get following error when I try to import the module "getting_started1" into
>python :
>"ImportError: DLL load failed: The specified module could not be found."
>Can someone help me resolve this error? I am using PythonWin 2.2.1.
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