[Numpy-discussion] [EXTERNAL] Re: SWIG Numpy and C++ extensions

Bill Spotz wfspotz@sandia....
Tue Jul 31 15:48:24 CDT 2012


Use %inline %{ ... %} around your function.  SWIG will add your function directly to the wrapper file as well as add a wrapper function for calling it from python.

On Jul 31, 2012, at 2:04 PM, David Froger wrote:

>> 2-that's ok if your C++ deals with arrays but what if I actually want to receive the Numpy object so that I can manipulate it directly (or if for example the array isn't contiguous in memory)
>> 
>> An"dummy"example of foo function I'd like to wrap:
>> 
>>     void FOO::fooNumpy(PyArrayObject *nparray) {
>> 
>>      int j;
>>      for(j=0;j<nparray->nd;j++) {
>> printf("Ok array dim %i has length: %i\n",j,nparray->dimensions[j]);
>>      }
>>    }

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