automated C++ binding generation.. Booost D, NO , Not us. SIMD is more important.

bls bizprac at
Mon Feb 6 02:00:27 PST 2012

On 02/06/2012 03:06 AM, Andrej Mitrovic wrote:
> On 1/26/12, bls<bizprac at>  wrote:
>> Hi Andrej,
>> first of all : it is NOT my intention to pick on your nerves.
>> I am just curious and , ahem, a bit impatience.
>> Have you made some progress on the code generator ?
>> Are you running into problems, hard to solve problems ?
>> Well, it would be nice to get some feedback. I am really keen to see the code. (cause I'll try,based on your code, to create bindings to the wxShapeFramework... )
>> Kind regards,
>> Bjoern (bls)
>> PS Have you noticed the wxPHP update.
>> PPS Wouldn't make more sense to use the new Tango 2 'cause it has XPath support ? Given XPath support is imited, but I think good enough for this task.
> I'm working on this around the clock. If everything goes ok I might
> have the wxc wrapper done by the end of the week, but I'm not making
> any promises.
> I'm not having much difficulty, there are some edge-cases here and
> there but it's fine. PS: Yes, however I'm now basing the wxc generated
> code around the existing wxc binding, and not wxPhp. wxPhp uses some
> 3rd party library that has to do a lot of magic to interact with a C
> library, so it's code generators are not that useful to me. The
> existing wxc bindings already have memory management in place which I
> can reuse. PPS: I'm parsing the xml files fine, there's no need to use
> tango at this point.
> I'm not publishing any code yet since I don't want people to do
> duplicate work and make pulls, we'll end up stepping on each other's
> toes. And work can't be done in parallel since you need wxc before you
> can generate wxd wrappers.
> I'd ask for a little bit of patience! Thanks. :)

Very very good news. Thanks Andrej!!!!

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