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Hi,

I am using Python to develop a GUI for some underlying C++
computation. I wrap my Cpp code using SWIG.

As my computation takes some time, I am considering ways to provide
the user with some feedback on the state of the Cpp code.

Unfortunately, it seems I cannot use directly a Python procedure as a
callback using SWIG. (or is there). I imagine other people came across
this problem, so I thought I would post this and see what solutions
people came up with.

Thanks,
--
Gheorghe Postelnicu, PhD
MGH, Harvard Medical School
Aug 30 '06 #1
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