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Hello all, greetings!
I'm python guy and I want to access Lame encoder from python. The big problem is I cannot find suitable lame bindings. After loooong googling and metacrawling, I found py-lame. The problem is, when I try to compile it in codeblocks, python.h is missing. I don't know what to do for now. Even if it worked I don't know how to make python module

Help Please!!!

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Last Post by Nick Evan
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if you have python installed (which I'm assuming you have) the python.h file would be in your pyhton25\include directory.

I've never used code::blocks, so I can't tell you exactly how; but you should add the python\include directory to your project as an additional include directory.
Or if that isn't possible wih code-blocks, just tell you compiler that you have an additional file to be included.
Since I don't know what compiler you're using, I can't tell you how.

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Ok I have got also Visual C++ 2005 edition but very very newbie to C++ and I know little about C++. The thing I want is to Get python module that will enable me access Lame functions in Python

Thanks for your answers
Hope someone will help me further!

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If you want to use the Lame functions in Python, what are you using C++ for ??
Just start idle (or whatever IDE your using) and type:

import lame
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But I have no lame module installed and have tried to serach for it but no success! Do you know a place I can download?

Thanks again for your help!!

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I have downloaded that zip file but don't know how to set it up to make it work with python!

Help please!!

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I assume no one can answer and even help me. Only one guy!

Thanks anyway

That's probably because you post a python question in a C++ forum. You should ask your question in the python forum

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