mwilson at the-wire
Apr 30, 2012, 8:42 AM
> On 4/30/2012 17:02, Kiuhnm wrote:
ctypes details was: Re: syntax for code blocks
>> BignumTypePtr = ctypes.POINTER(BignumType)
>> for op, op_word in ((libbnem.BN_add, libbnem.BN_add_word),
>> (libbnem.BN_sub, libbnem.BN_sub_word)):
>> op.argtypes = [BignumTypePtr] * 3
>> op_word.argtypes = [BignumTypePtr, ctypes.c_ulong]
>> op.restype = op_word.restype = ctypes.c_int
> On second thought, BignumPtrType is probably the right name.
(Way off the original topic, aren't we?) I haven't looked inside ctypes,
and don't know what kind of thing ctypes.POINTER actually constructs. I was
worried about falling into a [[a]]*3 kind of error -- unwittingly sharing a
mutable object. I guess I really should look.