December 19, 2002

The SWIG C/C++ wrapper generator no longer comes with a Visual C makefile. Here's one. Place it in the Win subdirectory of the Swig distribution and run using nmake. Why bother when there's a binary to be had? Well I was thinking about doing autoswig a perl interface to swig itself - using swig of course. The idea would be to access the swig parser from perl. I'm not sure about using the generation stage from perl, but robust C/C++ parsing has tons of uses. The XML output format exposes the parse result relatively directly so using that and a command line is a slower, but maybe less work-intensive way to access just the parser. The output looks rather ugly though.

Posted by Claus at December 19, 2002 01:48 AM
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