I was wondering if you have considered building the dll
as a windows dll and use ctypes to create the python
Ctypes has come a long way and eliminating the need for
swig, would be a step to lesser build complexities
I'm developing prototype application suite and am
considering pyHook for one aspect of it, however at
some stage I may be required to build win32 application
suite, using c++ or some other "compiled" development
environment. It would be kinda cool if I could continue
to use the dll in the next stage.
Just an idea, interested to hear your comments?
Oh, and I thought I'd pass on this little tidbit - I've
had some success rebuilding the python binding with minGW.
Of cource I can build a win32 dll this way, but then I
dont currently have time to do the python binding via
with ctypes, tho If I get a chance and it works, I'll
pass on my findings.
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