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- access C++ modular functions
October 14, 2008, 12:47 am
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Re: access C++ modular functions
s> my coworker has written some C++ functions and i'd like to access them
s> from my perl code. how much work would be involved to make this work?
Easiest way IMO is to use SWIG. The examples that come with it should
get you started. As a bonus, it will generate bindings for many other
languages, not just Perl.
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