LibUtilities. An abbreviated version of the base file,
the following structure:
BOOST_PYTHON_MODULE(name) macro allows us to define a Python module inside C++.
Note that in this case, the leading underscore in the name (i.e.
deliberate. To define the contents of the module, we call a number of functions that
are prefixed by
export_, which will define one or more Python classes that live
in this module. These Python classes correspond with our Nektar++ classes. We
adopt this approach simply so that we can split up the different classes into different
files, because it is not possible to call
BOOST_PYTHON_MODULE more than once. These
functions are defined in appropriately named files, for example
in the file LibUtilities/Python/Foundations/Basis.cpp. This corresponds to
the Nektar++ file LibUtilities/Foundations/Basis.cpp and the classes defined