The Boost Graph Library offers a wealth of graph algorithms and data types for C++. These algorithms are flexible and efficient, but the mechanisms employed to achieve this goal can result in long compile times that slow the development cycle.
The Python bindings are build using the Boost.Python library. The bindings are meant to strike a balance of usability, flexibility, and efficiency, making it possible to rapidly develop useful systems using the BGL in Python.
The Python bindings for the BGL are now part of a separate project. They are no longer available within the Boost tree.
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