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You need to expose your C++ class as part of a Python extension module.

See either here or here (also in your doc)

This will allow the interpreter to use the C++ class as if it was a Python class.

If, on the other hand, you are in a C++ program embedding a python interpreter, and you want to pass an existing object to the interpreter, you need to build a PyObject* reference to the object and use the API to associate a reference in the interpreter with that PyObject (or see Boost''s API)

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