Indeed my changes don't fix it. I still think the documentation says
that my way is more correct (although in practice equally broken :-)
Anyway, I have to continue stuffing everything into _IMP.so for now :-(
On Jan 3, 2008, at 12:59 PM, Ben Webb wrote:
Daniel Russel wrote:
Anyway, am looking in to these things since IMP currently does not
reliably with other swig modules which use IMP. For example, doing
for p in IMP.Particles():
crashes on my linux box if IMP and another swig library are loaded.
adding that line to anything in the IMPEM tests to see.
Indeed. But your changes don't seem to fix that. I just posted a
stripped-down example of this problem to the SWIG mailing list, which
may help us or others figure out what's going on. It doesn't use
%import, so that can't be the problem, and I tried your