Index

1. Programming Proverbs


2. Creating shared libraries under GNU/Linux


3. Simple pedagogical example


4. Use gcc and libtool to compile and link the shared library


5. libtool on GNU/Linux


6. Output from running previous libtool command


7. Programming Proverbs


8. PGE and libtool


9. More complex example


10. Aggregate data types


11. Passing aggregate data types from Python into C/C++


12. Why do we need to pass aggregate data types from C/C++ to Python?


13. Passing aggregate data from C, C++, Modula-2 into Python


14. PGE structure


15. Passing aggregate data from C, C++, Modula-2 into Python


16. Inside the shared library


17. Conclusion and pgeif.i


Index

1. Programming Proverbs
2. Creating shared libraries under GNU/Linux
3. Simple pedagogical example
4. Use gcc and libtool to compile and link the shared library
5. libtool on GNU/Linux
6. Output from running previous libtool command
7. Programming Proverbs
8. PGE and libtool
9. More complex example
10. Aggregate data types
11. Passing aggregate data types from Python into C/C++
12. Why do we need to pass aggregate data types from C/C++ to Python?
13. Passing aggregate data from C, C++, Modula-2 into Python
14. PGE structure
15. Passing aggregate data from C, C++, Modula-2 into Python
16. Inside the shared library
17. Conclusion and pgeif.i
Index

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