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Re: Creating a new module with an XS submodule

by Anonymous Monk
on Feb 15, 2013 at 17:25 UTC ( #1018915=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Creating a new module with an XS submodule

Now my question is, how to set about to create all this?

Oh boy :) see Getting Started with Inline::C, Re: Inline::C with multiple *.c, and examine the build directory

For super short example see SOso-0.01.patch.txt

More specifically, which module creation framework to use, and how exactly?

none, they don't really help

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Re^2: Creating a new module with an XS submodule
by kikuchiyo (Monk) on Feb 15, 2013 at 20:13 UTC

    I know about Inline::C, I've used it in the past, but I don't see how it could help me here. I was under the impression that it is primarily for embedding C code in perl scripts quickly and easily, whereas I want to create a proper module that I eventually want to release on CPAN.

    My question was more about module organization, anyway.

    none, they don't really help

    Would you care to elaborate on that?

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