On 2/20/07, Gustavo Carneiro <email@example.com> wrote:
On 2/19/07, Roman Yakovenko <firstname.lastname@example.org > wrote:Hi. Unfortunately I reproduced the error and was not able to fix it :-(((((.
Hey, thanks a lot anyway; it is now a problem in boost, but you solved the Py++ part of the problem with commendable speed.There is something I don't understand and I think this is Boost.Python bug.
I do made some progress.
1. When you derive Python class from a C++ one you have to define __init__
method, otherwise your code will not work:
Since when does a subclass have to define __init__ in order to get the parent class __init__ called? What you say goes against all my python knowledge...