'SIP' creates Python bindings for C and C++ libraries. It was originally developed to create PyQt, the Python bindings for the Qt toolkit, but can be used to create bindings for any C or C++ library. SIP makes it easy to exploit existing C or C++ libraries in a productive interpretive programming environment and to take a Python application and selectively implement parts of it. SIP consists of a code generator and a Python module. The code generator processes a set of specification files and generates C or C++ code which is then compiled to create the bindings extension module. The Python module provides support functions to the automatically generated code.
DocumentationUser reference manual available in HTML format from http://www.river-bank.demon.co.uk/docs/sip/sipref.html
released on 15 February 2017
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|SIP||Deborah Nicholson||13 May 2008|
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