>Russell Whitaker wrote:
> > Hmmm... _really_ sounds like you should at least do a little
> > digging into Python. It's much easier to create new data
> > types and manipulate them. Object orientation is built into
> > the language from the ground up, not bolted on (Perl).
>(Btw, I do think that we should take the thread to an extra list,
>the computer topic is going to a) repeat periodically b) getting detailed,
>technical, and c) deadly boring to those not involved).
This particular computer topic is not unique in any of
those 3 aspects. There are _many_ other threads which
share these characteristics.
>If you're limited to plain C/cgi-bin: can I freeze a Python
>app to something I can feed through an ANSI C compiler?
Not sure if you can compile a linkable object that gcc
will not choke on; check out http://www.mudlib.org/~rassilon/p2c/
(Python2C). I've not used it.
Now, if you're wanting to go the other direction, _that's_
well supported via the SWIG:
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