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Skeletal code to create exposed C, C++ Extensions for Python

Just wrote some generic handy code which I thought I'd upload. Performance boost of using C, C++ extensions in some operations is quite significant and proven. Use this code to add pre-written C, C++ code and build it in a way that it's functions are exposed as python packages.

The code has been hosted on github HERE.

Build to a shared object to access the c library as a python package.


> import helloworld


Θ Ω Sushant ♂


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