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Re: Interface Perl with C++

by Roger (Parson)
on Dec 02, 2005 at 14:03 UTC ( #513599=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Interface Perl with C++

I recommend Perl XS with C++. There is an example on access member functions from Perl.

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[choroba]: My recent record is 10km in 1 hour :)
[perldigious]: Nice erix... perldigious' legs are so sore from portaging his kayak from place to place last weekend he can barely hobble 12m. :-)
[erix]: you're faster than me then :)
[erix]: well, at the moment, that is :)
[erix]: I should lose some weight although I keep telling myself that I'm doing extra training by lugging it along
[erix]: I saw a common kingfisher and a couple of bullfinches
[erix]: bullfinch ( a male and a female )
erix learned the word 'portaging' not so long ago (from vikings lugging their ships from one river-system to another)

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