From: Roman Yakovenko <roman.yakovenko@gm...> - 2007-02-26 16:00:15
On 2/26/07, Gustavo Carneiro <gjcarneiro@...> wrote:
> The attached patch fixes the boost python indexing suite compilation error on 64-bit systems and Python 2.5.
> In a related subject, what do you see as a future for this indexing suite? Will it make it into upstream soon? The way things stand right now it is very difficult to deploy software based on the latest Py++ mainly because of the boost indexing suite, which is very difficult to compile. I sincerely hope this gets resolved soon. Either boost incorporates these changes, or a separate library is created; as it is right now is way too hard for the average person trying to compile the average program.
Thank you for the patch. I will commit the change this evening.
Basically I am waiting for boost 1.34 to go out. After this I will try
to convince David Abrahams, the author of Boost.Python, to add new
indexing suite to on-going version.
In any case I am going to create stand-alone distribution of:
gccxml, pygccxml, boost.python ( with only needed parts of the boost )
I am aware of madness, the people have to come through, before they
start to enjoy.
C++ Python language binding