I am able to use SWIG+Python in my CMake configuration. The generated and compiled code works.
I am at the stage of installation/packaging.
set_property(SOURCE src/example.i PROPERTY SWIG_MODULE_NAME example_special) # for illustration only swig_add_library(example_special_new LANGUAGE python SOURCES src/example.i src/example.c) # testing with different name to validate that we understand the API target_link_libraries(example_special_new Python3::Module)
For my target I see a file named “example_special.py” generated, is there a cmake programmatic way to get that filepath or do I rely on convention. I want to add the generated file “example_special.py” as part of my installation.