[Numpy-discussion] A basic question about swig and Numeric

Michel Dupront michel.dupront@hotmail...
Wed Sep 24 06:59:58 CDT 2008




 
Hello,
 
I am trying to use Numeric and swig but it seems that
there are few points that I don't understand. 
The only excuse I have is that I am new to these tools.
I have a simple example that I cannot make work the 
way I would like. 
I have a c++ function that take as argument a std::vector.
>From python I want to call the c++ function with an array
object. For that purpose I want to write a typemap.
 
Here is what was supposed to be a very simple example.
 
example.h:
#include 
#include 
 
void globale_print(std::vector vint)
{
  std::cout<<"globale print vecteur: ";
  for (size_t i=0; i
{
  PyArrayObject* aa=(PyArrayObject *) $input;
  $1.resize(aa->dimensions[0]);
  for (unsigned int i=0; idimensions[0]; i++)
  {
    $1[i]= *(int *) (aa->data + i* aa->strides[0] );
  }
};
 
%include "example.h"
 
 
runme.py:
import example
import Numeric
 
array=Numeric.array(range(5))
print array
print type(array)
 
example.globale_print(array)
 
 
 
Like it is, it works. But there are a lot of things that I don't
understand.
For example if I want to check aa, like:
"""  
  if (!PyArray_Check(aa)) {
    return NULL;
  }
"""
 
the compilation of the wrapper is ok but when I run the python
script runme.py, I have a segmentation fault because of the first line.
 
Here I really need help.
Please keep in mind that it is my first try to make a typemap ....
 
Thanks a lot
Michel
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