Python Extending/Integrating A Real World Example Tips Summary

  Python where we can,
   C++ where we must




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Thinking Hybrid - Python/C++ Integration
Thinking Hybrid - Python/C++ Integration
Thinking Hybrid - Python/C++ Integration
Thinking Hybrid - Python/C++ Integration
Thinking Hybrid - Python/C++ Integration
Thinking Hybrid - Python/C++ Integration
Thinking Hybrid - Python/C++ Integration
Thinking Hybrid - Python/C++ Integration
Thinking Hybrid - Python/C++ Integration
Thinking Hybrid - Python/C++ Integration
Thinking Hybrid - Python/C++ Integration
Thinking Hybrid - Python/C++ Integration
Thinking Hybrid - Python/C++ Integration
Thinking Hybrid - Python/C++ Integration
Thinking Hybrid - Python/C++ Integration
Thinking Hybrid - Python/C++ Integration
Thinking Hybrid - Python/C++ Integration
Thinking Hybrid - Python/C++ Integration
Thinking Hybrid - Python/C++ Integration
Thinking Hybrid - Python/C++ Integration
Thinking Hybrid - Python/C++ Integration
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Thinking Hybrid - Python/C++ Integration
Thinking Hybrid - Python/C++ Integration
Thinking Hybrid - Python/C++ Integration
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Thinking Hybrid - Python/C++ Integration
Thinking Hybrid - Python/C++ Integration
Thinking Hybrid - Python/C++ Integration
Thinking Hybrid - Python/C++ Integration
Thinking Hybrid - Python/C++ Integration
Thinking Hybrid - Python/C++ Integration
Thinking Hybrid - Python/C++ Integration
Thinking Hybrid - Python/C++ Integration
Thinking Hybrid - Python/C++ Integration
Thinking Hybrid - Python/C++ Integration
Thinking Hybrid - Python/C++ Integration
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Talk given at a Computer Science/Information Technology seminar at the IIMS institute @ Massey University, Albany. Very similar to the one given at the NZPUG in January, just a bit updated and polished.

Outline: Talk on integrating native C++ sensibly into Python for ease of use of the code base. Inheriting from C++ classes, overriding functionality, automatically generating the bindings using Py++ and SCons.

Code demonstrated in the presentation can be found here:

http://www.kloss-familie.de/moin/TalksPresentations

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