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A package for rapidly developing "nice" Python bindings to C libraries, using `cffi`

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NiceLib NiceLib

NiceLib is a package for rapidly developing “nice” Python bindings to C libraries, using cffi.

NiceLib accomplishes this in two main ways: first, it converts header files (macros and all) into a format usable by cffi (i.e. it preprocesses them); second, it provides an API for quickly and cleanly defining pythonic mid-level interfaces that wrap low-level libraries.

For further information, documentation, examples, and more, see our page on ReadTheDocs.

For contributing, reporting issues, and providing feedback, see our GitHub page.

Installing

NiceLib is available on PyPI:

$ pip install nicelib

If you would like to use the development version, download and extract a zip of the source from our GitHub page or clone it using git. Now install:

$ cd /path/to/NiceLib
$ pip install .

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