On 10 August 2017 at 19:21, David Callahan <dcalla...@fb.com> wrote:
> The Boost libraries in their test jigs use a mixture of an embedded API and
> direct access to the methods in Python.h.
> Below is an example which compiles with the py3.5 branch, correctly prints
> “hello world” but then faults with an message:
> “Invalid RPython operation (NULL ptr or bad array index)”.
> Is this kind of mixing of the two interfaces supported?
No. Our cpyext emulates the C API but doesn't support the embedding
mode of CPython.
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