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public:gsoc:pythonbindings [2020/02/29 13:11] (current)
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 While CCExtractor itself uses its own library (lib_ccx), we are not aware of any other program using the library directly (as opposed to running CCExtractor and getting the generated file). This means - it's likely you will also need to modify the library itself to make it "sane enough"​ for this project.\\ While CCExtractor itself uses its own library (lib_ccx), we are not aware of any other program using the library directly (as opposed to running CCExtractor and getting the generated file). This means - it's likely you will also need to modify the library itself to make it "sane enough"​ for this project.\\
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 +We will also be prefer to have Cython code written instead of simple Python wrappers during the program as they offer better speed and compatibility with our existing codebase.
  
 __**Related GitHub Issues**__\\ __**Related GitHub Issues**__\\
 [[https://​github.com/​CCExtractor/​ccextractor/​issues/​912|Make the Python Scripts to run Python3]]\\ [[https://​github.com/​CCExtractor/​ccextractor/​issues/​912|Make the Python Scripts to run Python3]]\\
 [[https://​github.com/​CCExtractor/​ccextractor/​issues/​879|Python Bindings don't compile with build_library]] [[https://​github.com/​CCExtractor/​ccextractor/​issues/​879|Python Bindings don't compile with build_library]]
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 +__**Related Github Commits**__\\
 +[[https://​github.com/​CCExtractor/​ccextractor/​commit/​6e2ce11b26b28decb8967a43eeb0305e334048a8|Make Python3 Compatible Code]]\\
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 +**Qualification tasks**\\
 +Take a look at [[https://​ccextractor.org/​public:​gsoc:​takehome|this page]].
  
  
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