How to handle unique_ptr's with SWIG

How to handle unique_ptr's with SWIG

By : Koren Cornelius Tavo
Date : November 17 2020, 01:00 AM
around this issue There's quite a lot of scope to do useful things using the generic smart pointer support in SWIG, despite the noted lack of support in the C++11 notes.
In short if there's an operator-> then SWIG has merged the members of the pointee into the pointer to allow them to be used interchangeably within the the target language for a long time.
code :
#include <memory>
#include <iostream>

struct Foobar {
  void baz() { std::cout << "This works\n"; }
  int wibble;

std::unique_ptr<Foobar> make_example() { 
  return std::unique_ptr<Foobar>(new Foobar); 

void dump_example(const std::unique_ptr<Foobar>& in) {
  std::cout << in->wibble << "\n";
namespace std {
  %feature("novaluewrapper") unique_ptr;
  template <typename Type>
  struct unique_ptr {
     typedef Type* pointer;

     explicit unique_ptr( pointer Ptr );
     unique_ptr (unique_ptr&& Right);
     template<class Type2, Class Del2> unique_ptr( unique_ptr<Type2, Del2>&& Right );
     unique_ptr( const unique_ptr& Right) = delete;

     pointer operator-> () const;
     pointer release ();
     void reset (pointer __p=pointer());
     void swap (unique_ptr &__u);
     pointer get () const;
     operator bool () const;


%define wrap_unique_ptr(Name, Type)
  %template(Name) std::unique_ptr<Type>;
  %newobject std::unique_ptr<Type>::release;

  %typemap(out) std::unique_ptr<Type> %{
    $result = SWIG_NewPointerObj(new $1_ltype(std::move($1)), $&1_descriptor, SWIG_POINTER_OWN);

%module test

#include "test.hh"

%include "std_unique_ptr.i"

wrap_unique_ptr(FooUniquePtr, Foobar);

%include "test.hh"
swig3.0 -py3 -c++ -python -Wall test.i 
g++ -Wall -Wextra -Wno-missing-field-initializers test_wrap.cxx -std=c++11 -I/usr/include/python3.4/ -lpython3.4m -shared -o _test.so 
from test import *

a = make_example()

a.wibble = 1234567





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By : eigilh
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
like below fixes the issue Since I've wrestled with this (see my blog from my profile, it's on python, SWIG, exceptions and directors but should help) let me give you a few pieces of advice:
Don't send C++ exceptions up to the Java stack. It'll crash your application. Make sure they're all wrapped in the correct manner. I know you're asking about this but it's really imperative you get that in. One missed exception can hose it all. Don't try passing Java exceptions down to the C++ stack, they get converted to SWIGDirectorExceptions or SWIGMethodExceptions. It's a real pain because you loose type information on the Java exception. Instead, if you aren't dealing with a director, create a C++ class which does nothing more than raise C++ exceptions so that you can propogate C++ exceptions along the C++ stack. Wrap all naked strings passed from Java to C++ in a std::string. If you keep them as const char pointers Java will have the option to garbage collect them. This is true of all items but it's such an easily overlooked one that I've done it and seen it done a few times already.
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By : user3465331
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By : PLeX
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish did fix the issue. Your generated source doesn't see a declaration of headerGet.
Make sure you have a header file where headerGet() is correctly declared, and put an include directive inside the .i file:
code :
%module headerGet
#include "headerGet.h"
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By : Lorant Alexandru Kur
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
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