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// embed.i
// SWIG file embedding the Python interpreter in something else.
// This file is based on Python-1.5. It will not work with
// earlier versions.
// This file makes it possible to extend Python and all of its
// built-in functions without having to hack its setup script.
#ifdef AUTODOC
%subsection "embed.i"
%text %{
This module provides support for building a new version of the
Python executable. This will be necessary on systems that do
not support shared libraries and may be necessary with C++
extensions. This file contains everything you need to build
a new version of Python from include files and libraries normally
installed with the Python language.
This module will automatically grab all of the Python modules
present in your current Python executable (including any special
purpose modules you have enabled such as Tkinter). Thus, you
may need to provide additional link libraries when compiling.
This library file only works with Python 1.5. A version
compatible with Python 1.4 is available as embed14.i and
a Python1.3 version is available as embed13.i. As far as
I know, this module is C++ safe.
%echo "embed.i : Using Python 1.5"
%wrapper %{
#include <Python.h>
#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C"
void SWIG_init(); /* Forward reference */
#define _PyImport_Inittab swig_inittab
/* Grab Python's inittab[] structure */
#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#include <config.c>
#undef _PyImport_Inittab
/* Now define our own version of it.
Hopefully someone does not have more than 1000 built-in modules */
struct _inittab SWIG_Import_Inittab[1000];
static int swig_num_modules = 0;
/* Function for adding modules to Python */
static void swig_add_module(char *name, void (*initfunc)()) {
SWIG_Import_Inittab[swig_num_modules].name = name;
SWIG_Import_Inittab[swig_num_modules].initfunc = initfunc;
SWIG_Import_Inittab[swig_num_modules].name = (char *) 0;
SWIG_Import_Inittab[swig_num_modules].initfunc = 0;
/* Function to add all of Python's build in modules to our interpreter */
static void swig_add_builtin() {
int i = 0;
while (swig_inittab[i].name) {
swig_add_module(swig_inittab[i].name, swig_inittab[i].initfunc);
/* Add SWIG builtin function */
swig_add_module(SWIG_name, SWIG_init);
#ifdef __cplusplus
#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
extern int Py_Main(int, char **);
#ifdef __cplusplus
extern struct _inittab *PyImport_Inittab;
main(int argc, char **argv) {
PyImport_Inittab = SWIG_Import_Inittab;
return Py_Main(argc,argv);