I have my own library based on ROOT with full rootcint integration.
Now I want to use the same mechanism as ROOT uses to create Python bindings.
How would I start to accomplish this?
Is there any example I could follow?
ROOT Version: 6.12/02
Platform, compiler: Ubuntu 16.04, gcc 5.4
I think @etejedor can help you with this question.
ROOT’s Python bindings are based on cppyy. With cppyy, you can generate automatically your python bindings and add custom pythonizations for your classes. Find more information here:
Thanks a lot! I’ll try that.
To be sure: if you have rootcint dictionaries generated that include rootmap files, all you need is to have a ROOT installation with python enabled and you can simply import your rootcint bound classes from module ROOT. No further effort required.
Thousand thanks, wlav!
I got it to work!
If I had known that it is so easy, I would have done this years ago.
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