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Stefan Bellon wrote:
>SWIG's idea is, that the Python interpreter loads (via an import command)
>a Python file which itself loads a DLL. This DLL provides the commands
>of the main exe that can be called via the Python scripting.
You're going to run into problems doing this because MinGW and the
standard Windows version of Python use different C runtime libraries.
You'll probably need to use the MinGW compiled version of Python:
You might also want to consider using Window's Active Scripting instead
of SWIG. It's a completely different way of doing things, but you don't
need to create any DLLs.
From: Stefan Bellon <sbellon@sb...> - 2005-11-03 19:46:45
Ross Ridge wrote:
> You might also want to consider using Window's Active Scripting
> instead of SWIG. It's a completely different way of doing things,
> but you don't need to create any DLLs.
Thanks for the input, but that's a "no go". I cannot make the scripting
for the GNU/Linux or Solaris version different than the scripting for
the Windows version.