Compiling issue on Ubuntu when i use python APIs

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Compiling issue on Ubuntu when i use python APIs

Postby Priya » Thu Dec 14, 2017 7:25 am

Hi

I using Linux Ubuntu 16.10 and IDE Code Blocks to build my wxWidgets application. I have already installed python 2.7 in the Ubuntu system. In Code Blocks build settings under search directories for compiler and linked i have set the python Path.

I am using some python API like Py_Initialize, PyImport_Import, PyModule_GetDict ect.

When i compile am getting compilation errors saying undefined reference to those APIs

Please let me know how i can solve this compilation error.

Ubuntu system has python in usr folder and i have downloaded 2.7.13 is that a problem.

How to link python correctly in CodeBlocks.

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Re: Compiling issue on Ubuntu when i use python APIs

Postby doublemax » Thu Dec 14, 2017 7:36 am

That sounds like you didn't link the python libraries to your project.
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Re: Compiling issue on Ubuntu when i use python APIs

Postby Priya » Thu Dec 14, 2017 9:00 am

Hi,

Under linker settings i have added 'lpython2.7'

and i have given the path under search directories

Please let me know how i will link python in Code Blocks

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Re: Compiling issue on Ubuntu when i use python APIs

Postby doublemax » Thu Dec 14, 2017 9:43 am

Just do be clear: Do you get compiler errors or linker errors?

If they are compiler errors, you didn't include the header file for these functions.
If they are linker errors, you didn't link to the correct lib(s).

As i don't work under Linux, i can't tell you exactly which headers or libaries you need, but that should be easy enough to Google.
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