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Re: Guile and C++

From: objc
Subject: Re: Guile and C++
Date: Fri, 14 May 2010 20:54:03 +0100

Dear Noah,

there are no inherent problems with mixing Guile, C, C++, guile ........(MS windows, LINUX,GNUStep,X11) Depends on how you order your includes, which OS you use, version conflicts etc. Using scoping rules to the fullest you can pretty much mix it up as you like.


From: "Noah Lavine" <address@hidden>
Sent: Thursday, May 13, 2010 8:53 PM
To: <address@hidden>
Subject: Guile and C++

Dear Guile-users,

I am wondering what the best way is to connect Guile with C++ code. I
notice that several large programs use Guile in this way (TeXmacs and
LilyPond), so it seems that it is possible to do it, and it works well
enough that you can write a large, functioning program with it.
However, I don't see any mention of it in the Guile documentation.
Does Guile come with the ability to use C++ code, or should I plan on
writing C wrappers for any functions I want to use? (I'm planning on
using Guile 2.0, if that makes a difference.)

Thank you
Noah Lavine

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