I have a problem with a library I'm working with for the first time ( it's Boost.Python but my question is much more general than this case).
As a consequence I need to check what is the interface of the library I have built: so as to check if I have at least built everything correctly.
(Python is complaining that he doesn't see my module, though I put the .so renammed in .pyd into its PYTHONPATH, so there's something wrong in my library)
I need to know all the names of the exposed functions of my .so library, and their prototype if possible.
Are there commands or package that I could install to achieve something like this ?