c++ - SWIG users
- Scott Michel (14/14) Jan 26 2004 If you use SWIG, this is something you might be interested in.
If you use SWIG, this is something you might be interested in. If you don't know what SWIG is, don't panic. It's a tool that converts C/C++ header files into usable extensions for your favorite scripting language, e.g., Java, Python, Tcl, Perl, PhP, OCaml, Guile, mzScheme, etc. See http://www.swig.org/ I submitted patches to the SWIG developer's list that builds the SWIG executable for Win32 using smake (hint: if you don't have smake, purchase the CD!) You have to create the parser.c and parser.h files in the Sourc \CParse directory or you could copy them from a suitable FreeBSD or *nix box where you previously compiled SWIG. Or I can make them available from my FreeBSD box's web server as needed. Patches are also available from swig.sourceforge.net. You will need the SWIG 1.3.22 source before you can apply the patches, of course. -scooter
Jan 26 2004