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From: Dmitry Bely <dbely@m...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Making camlidl
"Alexander V. Voinov" <avv@quasar.ipa.nw.ru> writes:

> > I am using the native Win32 port of OCaml, not Cygwin.  I plan to work in the
> > native Win32 environment (since I don't have a Linux box), and I am using the
> > wxWindows library with Visual C++ for GUI front-end coding.
> 
> Do you develop direct bindings of wxWindows to OCaml, or develop the application
> layer you need directly in VC++ and call it from OCaml?

Just my $0.02:

camlidl let you call C functions from caml, automatically generating all
necessary interface code (main caml program, C library). It also supports
COM ABI under Win32/Unix -- you can have main C/C++ program (or any other
COM-compatible application), and call caml component for any service.

Rigth now I am trying to use caml for some part of large Win32 project,
most of which is being developing using MSVC. Camlidl does its job,
although some non-fixed bugs are still there.

Hope to hear from you soon,
Dmitry


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