> All nasty stuff you can't read, right? I saved this file as
> "BitMap.i". Then I typed "swig -python -c++ BitMap.i" on the command
> line, opened the "BitMap_wrap.doc" file that swig created, and walla. I
> don't know if the functions in the .doc file actually work in wxPython,
> come to think of it, but they sure look Pythonish. Try it out.
Please note that SWIG may need some .i files from wxPython source in order to
produce correct output. e.g. my_typemaps.i