david at dwavesys.com
Tue Nov 9 16:44:51 CST 2004
David Grant wrote:
> I've found several references from exhaustive google searching which
> indicates that this code is out of date and needs updating, but no one
> has done it yet.
> I found this: https://geodoc.uchicago.edu/climatewiki/SwigTypemaps
> which is cool. I got it working right away.
> Now, I only wonder if it will work with complex numbers and other
> situations... I expect problems, but maybe NumPtr will surprise me!
Hmm, well I can't pass a Numeric array of complex type (isn't allowed by
NumPtr) but I can write a wrapper in C++ around my code which will
receive the pure real part and pure imaginary part, then I can combine
them. I think I'd have to do this anyways, to get the data massaged
into the form that my C++ classes need.
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