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Experience using crow as web server
11 projects | /r/cpp | 6 Nov 2023
I'm investigating using C++ to build a REST server, and would love to know of people's experiences with Crow-- or whether they would recommend something else as a "medium-level" abstraction C++ web server. As background, I started off experimenting with Python/FastAPI, which is great, but there is too much friction to translate from pybind11-exported C++ objects to the format that FastAPI expects, and, of course, there are inherent performance limitations using Python, which could impact scaling up if the project were to be successful.
Swig – Connect C/C++ programs with high-level programming languages
5 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 18 Jul 2023
I created smooth_lines python module, great for drawing software
3 projects | /r/Python | 27 Apr 2023
This is based on the Google Ink Stroke Modeler C++ library, and using pybind11 to make it available on python.
Using pybind11 with minGW to cross compile pyhton module for Windows
2 projects | /r/cpp_questions | 17 Jan 2023
I have a python module for which the logic is written in C++ and I use pybind11 to expose the objects and functions to Python.
IPC communication between rust, c++, and python
4 projects | /r/rust | 30 Dec 2022
Reading from Python requires a wrapper, using pybind11 this is fairly done.
Is Pycharm an okay IDE to use?
4 projects | /r/learnpython | 27 Sep 2022
That said, if you need to write a Python module in a compiled language, it's much easier and more fun these days to write in C++. pybind11 is extremely mature and even fun system to write Python objects in C++.
Roast my resume
2 projects | /r/quant | 9 Aug 2022
There will be specific technologies you used in your data pipelining: Parquet? Did you use Pandas to manipulate your data? Did you optimise some aspects with C++? If so did you use PyBind11 to integrate it?
Pybind11 error | Compatibility and/or Linker issue | Mac M1 (But running X86_64 using Rosetta 2)
2 projects | /r/cpp_questions | 9 May 2022
git clone https://github.com/pybind/pybind11.git
How to make C++ communicate with Python?
2 projects | /r/cpp_questions | 11 Mar 2022
I would say that pybind11 is precisely what you want here. If you don’t want to write the bindings yourself, you could try Tolc.2 projects | /r/cpp_questions | 11 Mar 2022
Pybind11 https://github.com/pybind/pybind11 is an easy way to expose c++ functions in python.
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What are some alternatives?
PyO3 - Rust bindings for the Python interpreter
nanobind - nanobind: tiny and efficient C++/Python bindings
Optional Argument in C++ - Named Optional Arguments in C++17
setuptools-rust - Setuptools plugin for Rust support
PEGTL - Parsing Expression Grammar Template Library
sol2 - Sol3 (sol2 v3.0) - a C++ <-> Lua API wrapper with advanced features and top notch performance - is here, and it's great! Documentation:
sparsehash - C++ associative containers
py2many - Transpiler of Python to many other languages
wasmtime - A fast and secure runtime for WebAssembly
cpp-subprocess - Subprocessing with modern C++
sparsehash-c11 - Experimental C++11 version of sparsehash
LSHBOX - A c++ toolbox of locality-sensitive hashing (LSH), provides several popular LSH algorithms, also support python and matlab.