[Dune] [#661] Use Python to evaluate function strings
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Thu Mar 8 10:33:59 CET 2012
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FS#661 - Use Python to evaluate function strings
User who did this - Martin Nolte (nolte)
The issue about code maturity was not restricted to the one example. It took me around 5 minutes to find such a problematic issue, so I guess there are far more (no offense intended).
@Carsten: I still do not see the need to include Python.h if all bindings are actually done in a library. However, I have no clue about the Python bindings, so I can't really judge this.
@Christoph: I agree, it would be better to introduce Python 3 that Python 2. From What I understand, Python 3 is considerably different from Python 2, so we should not blurt dune-common with outdated bindings.
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