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Pyrex: problem with blanks in string

Hi,

When trying to wrap C code using Pyrex, I encountered a strange problem with a
piece of pure Python code. I tried to isolate the problem. The following code
causes Pyrex to generate C code which gcc cannot compile:

class Axis:
axtype = "unknown type of axis"

def __init__(self):
pass

When I substitute the blanks in the string for something else, then the problem
disappears:

class Axis:
axtype = "unknown_type_of_axis"

def __init__(self):
pass

Does anybody have an idea?

Hans Terlouw
Jun 4 '07 #1
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Hans Terlouw wrote:
When trying to wrap C code using Pyrex, I encountered a strange problem
with a piece of pure Python code. I tried to isolate the problem. The
following code causes Pyrex to generate C code which gcc cannot compile:
It works for me. Try posting your error messages and versions of
Pyrex/Python/GCC. Better yet, do this in the Pyrex mailing list rather
than here.
--
Michael Hoffman
Jun 4 '07 #2

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