Distutils on windows with mingw, messed up includes?

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Distutils on windows with mingw, messed up includes?

Kevin Kunzmann
Hi,

I am trying to wrap some c++ library using distutils and swig. So I
started with some simple example files and got a faculty function
wrapped and runing in ipython. When doing the same with this one:

here is the .cpp:

#include "jcnError.h"

jcnError::jcnError(const string& message, const ErrorType& errorType)
: std::runtime_error(message), mErrorMessage(message), mErrorType(errorType)
{
}

const char* jcnError::what(void) const throw()
{
     return std::runtime_error::what();
}

jcnError::~jcnError(void) throw()
{
}

here is the header:

#pragma once

#include <iostream>
#include <string>
#include <stdexcept>

using namespace std;

#define jcn_DEBUG /**< If this is defined more error messages will be
thrown */

/**
* Internal type of error
*/
enum ErrorType
{
     WARNING,
     EXCEPTION,
};

/**
* @class jcnError
* @author Jan C. Neddermeyer
* @brief jcnError is inherited from the std error class runtime_error
*/
class jcnError :
     public runtime_error
{
public:
     /**
     * Constructor
     * @param message error message, should provide detailed information
where and why an error has been thrown
     * @param errorType optional error type
     */
     jcnError(const string& message, const ErrorType& errorType =
EXCEPTION);

     /**
     * @return error message, corresponds to the what() method in
runtime_error
     */
     virtual const char* what(void) const throw();

     /**
     * @return error message as std::string
     */
     inline const string GetMessage(void) const {return mErrorMessage;};

     /**
     * @return error type
     */
     inline const ErrorType GetErrorType(void) const {return mErrorType;};

     /**
     * Destructor
     */
     ~jcnError(void) throw();

private:
     string mErrorMessage; /**< error message */
     ErrorType mErrorType; /**< error type */
};

here the bpe.i:

%module bpetest
%{
#include "jcnError.h"
%}

and finally the setup.py:

import distutils
from distutils.core import setup, Extension

module=Extension('_bpetest',sources=['bpe.i','jcnError.cpp'],include_dirs=['C:/users/kevin/Desktop/bpe_demo/src'])

setup(name="bpetest", version="3.2", ext_modules=[module])



I get an error "iostream: No such file or directory". What's the
problem? Does distutils get confused by all the virtuals? The error is
raised on the very first include line of the headerfile "#include
<iostream>" .

Thanks,

Kevin
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