[Mono-list] Re: [DotGNU]Swig and C# (was: Strategy for dealing with C++ )
Tue, 10 Dec 2002 00:50:11 -0500
I think using swig makes sense:
the original code is tested and works
it will be improved and maintained by people working on swig.
now I don't want to put more work into this if the approach is wrong. Has
anyone got a better idea?? Should we be waiting for Binge from qt# project -
or Gopal your stuff?
let me know!
Do any of you bright people want to finish this\improve this? I might have
some time in the holidays.
It's the Java SWIG - just changed for c# - you'll still see all java
Using VC 7 solution to build - you might have to recreate because im using
Visual Studio Everett final beta.
Modifications off the stock are basically in 3 places:
in Examples\Clr. Two examples I created. Im using class to do my testing
in Source\Modules1.1\clr.cxx (copied from java.cxx)
in Lib\Clr.swg - mappings
----- Original Message -----
From: "Gopal V" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Neil Cawse" <email@example.com>
Sent: Sunday, December 08, 2002 11:30 AM
Subject: [DotGNU]Swig and C# (was: Strategy for dealing with C++ )
> If memory serves me right, Neil Cawse wrote:
> > ** now adding C#
> Could you point me to your source code ? ... (I've written 80% of my
> generator in python anyway) .... I think it will be interesting to see
> how your code handles function pointers , structs and tracing back
> to their original types...
> I have used Swig for python and found it grossly insufficent for my
> work ... (easy, but not sufficent) ... I finally wrote my own wrappers
> in C for Python ... which is a lot more flexible than SWIG ... I suppose
> that might be true for C# as well ... But to be sure, I need a peek at
> Swig - C#.
> My PInvoke wrapper is built from the idea originated from Rhys with X11#.
> Which is accessible from the dotgnu-libs CVS .. That concept of wrapping
> code without C call-ins , is as portable as PInvoke ever gets ... (Rhys
> is guy to follow for portability....)
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