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Python Embed C++

Embed C++ in Python source code, dynamically compile and access data

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Python module to embed C/C++ code within Python source code and scripts. Automatically compile and dynamically link the code. Transparently allow native access to python data from C code and vice versa. Module provides all the "glue" to dynamically convert data types, arrays and structures.

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Features

  • Embed C/C++ programs within Python source code
  • Automatically compile and dynamically link using GCC
  • Access and modify Python variables as C variables
  • Support arrays and strings
  • Support pre-compiling static code for faster load times
  • Uses c_types for maximum portability

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Intended Audience

Developers

Programming Language

C, Python

Registered

2010-02-10

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