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Activepython gcc and swig


I've looked at the swig example in the back of "programmin g python"
(Lutz). Using gcc to compile a swig wrapper I'm getting lots of
errors. Instead of using the cygwin python, I'm trying to point swig
to my activepython installation. I'm doing this because my modules are
all win32 installed, and not cygwin installed. Can anyone help me?

I'm pointing to C:/python24/include and C:/python24/Libs.
************* Here are the errors *************** ****

$ gcc -c example.c example_wrap.c -Ic:/python24/include
In file included from c:/python24/include/Python.h:82,
from example_wrap.c: 112:
c:/python24/include/intobject.h:41: error: parse error before
"PyInt_AsUnsign edL
c:/python24/include/intobject.h:41: warning: data definition has no
type or stor
age class
In file included from c:/python24/include/Python.h:84,
from example_wrap.c: 112:
c:/python24/include/longobject.h:37 : warning: parameter names (without
types) in
function declaration
c:/python24/include/longobject.h:39 : error: parse error before
"PyLong_AsLongL on
c:/python24/include/longobject.h:39 : warning: data definition has no
type or sto
rage class
c:/python24/include/longobject.h:40 : error: parse error before
"PyLong_AsUnsig ne
c:/python24/include/longobject.h:40 : warning: data definition has no
type or sto
rage class
c:/python24/include/longobject.h:41 : error: parse error before
"PyLong_AsUnsig ne
c:/python24/include/longobject.h:41 : warning: data definition has no
type or sto
rage class
*************** *************** *************** *************** *************** *************** ********

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