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Easy to create native bindings for Python, which supports C++
in three ways:
– Python Extension Modules (Python’s own extension module)
– Custom Python Bindings (Python 3.x)
– C++ Bindings (C++’s binding to Python)
All three can use Cython and SWIG.


The Package

Pybind is an easy-to-use and accessible library for creating native bindings between C++ and Python. It has two components:

* Python Extension Modules (aka “Python Extensions”)
* Binding C++ Library (aka “Bindings”)

Python Extensions consist of Python modules (.pyd) that link to C/C++ code to provide functionality. They may contain Python code, C/C++ code, or both. Example Python module:

from ctypes import *

class MyClass(Structure):
_fields_ = [(“x”, c_int), (“y”, c_int)]
_rebind_ = (“_MyClass_fields_”, MyClass)

It’s recommended that Python Extensions be made into CPython Extensions (CPython is the name of the Python interpreter). If you try to use the Module as a regular Python module, you will likely get errors. Bindings work by wrapping calls to the C++ code in custom Cython (.pyx) files. Bindings follow the PEP-3149 protocol, and make it possible to create either pure Python extensions or C++ Extensions.

The Bindings package is distributed as two components:

* pybind (CPython bindings)
– pybind-c (C++ binding)
– pybind-numpy (Numpy extension)
– pybind-cuda (CUDA extension)
– pybind-nose (Nose extension)
* pybind-ctypes (CPython extension module for use with extension modules)

You can use one of these as a library to create native bindings to third-party libraries.

A tutorial for using Pybind as a C++ library is on the Pybind website.


* pybind

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Works on Python 2.6, 2.7

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How to use Pybind in your C++ Program:
When using Pybind the binding procedures need to be called, for example:
p.bind(“MyObj”) //bind the name MyObj to a Python object p.bind(“MyObj”) //bind the name MyObj to a Python object
p.bind(“:”) //bind the name : to a Python object
p.bind(“1+1”) //bind the name 1+1 to a Python object
p.bind(“10d”) //bind the name 10d to a Python object
The Pybind Binding API is easy to use:
Use the Pybind module to create the bindings. This Python module provides a toolset that can create bindings between C++ and Python.
Pybind //from the library cppbind
#include “stdafx.h”
#include “pybind.h”
using namespace pybind11;
//create a Python object in Python
py::object one_plus_one_to_python(const std::string& name) {
//create a Python class that inherits from int
py::class_(m, name.c_str())
//create a constructor function for the class
//a new function is also created
//return a Python class as the oneplusone_number_object
[](OnePlusOneNumber& obj) { return obj.value_; },
[](OnePlusOneNumber obj) -> one_plus_one_to_python& { return obj; })
//return the value of the Python class
[](OnePlusOneNumber& obj) { return obj.value_; },

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