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Using pybind11 on JeVois

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Hi, I'm primarily using Python modules on the JeVois but I have a section of code that I want to use pybind11 to run using c++. I have a working c++ function but I don't know how to compile it on the JeVois.

Any help would be really appreciated.


asked Nov 9, 2018 in Programmer Questions by jj16883 (140 points)

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Cool, I did not know about pybind11, looks nice!

Now, since we already have boost.python support, maybe you could use that as well? Your project looks non-trivial and will take some thinking to get the c++ part compiled. Please email us your source code files and we will try to make it work. If I understand correctly so far, you have some core function in C++ which you would like to make available to a JeVois module written in Python? This is what we do in the core of JeVois, see files PythonSupport.H / .C and PythonModule.H / .C on the jevois github.
answered Nov 9, 2018 by JeVois (46,580 points)
Thank you for your response. I've emailed my c++ file and cmakelists file to you. If I make any progress I'll let you know on here. Cheers, Jasper.