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How to load the DLL with PyRun_SimpleStr ing?

Hi,

Have anyone know how to import the DLL in C program?
Actually, I have used the statement 'PyRun_SimpleSt ring' to import .PY,

Such as,
r = PyRun_SimpleStr ing("import os");
It's be fine.
If importing the DLL by this commdand,

Such as,
r = PyRun_SimpleStr ing("import example");

return the error code -1.
Should any advice, let me know whatever you try...

Thanks in advance.
Link
Jul 18 '05 #1
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"Link" <li******@hotma il.com> writes:
Hi,

Have anyone know how to import the DLL in C program?
Actually, I have used the statement 'PyRun_SimpleSt ring' to import
.PY,
Such as,
r = PyRun_SimpleStr ing("import os");
It's be fine.
If importing the DLL by this commdand,

Such as,
r = PyRun_SimpleStr ing("import example");

return the error code -1.


Is the .dll named .pyd? Is the .pyd on your sys.path?
--

Vennlig hilsen

Syver Enstad
Jul 18 '05 #2
Exactelly, the named example is .DLL and put it on the sys.path.

That I had check it carefully.
But the result make me sad what I failed to load.

Could you give me more advice? Such as the other statement for loading DLL
as same as the 'PyRun_SimpleSt ring' command.

Regards,
Link

"Syver Enstad" <sy************ *@online.no>
???????:u1***** ******@online.n o...
"Link" <li******@hotma il.com> writes:
Hi,

Have anyone know how to import the DLL in C program?
Actually, I have used the statement 'PyRun_SimpleSt ring' to import
.PY,
Such as,
r = PyRun_SimpleStr ing("import os");
It's be fine.
If importing the DLL by this commdand,

Such as,
r = PyRun_SimpleStr ing("import example");

return the error code -1.


Is the .dll named .pyd? Is the .pyd on your sys.path?
--

Vennlig hilsen

Syver Enstad

Jul 18 '05 #3
"Link" <li******@hotma il.com> writes:
Exactelly, the named example is .DLL and put it on the sys.path.


Rename the .dll to .pyd.

--

Vennlig hilsen

Syver Enstad
Jul 18 '05 #4

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