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Date: 2004-06-28 (18:26)
From: Łukasz Dobrek <dobrek@d...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Re: Efficient C++ Interfacing?
On Tue, Jun 08, 2004 at 11:49:18PM +0300, Eray Ozkural wrote:
> Date: Tue, 8 Jun 2004 23:49:18 +0300
> From: Eray Ozkural <>
> Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Re: Efficient C++ Interfacing?
> To: Fritz Wuehler <>
> Cc:
> On Tuesday 08 June 2004 18:02, Fritz Wuehler wrote:
> > > Sure but this is a C++ code generator
> >
> > No, see the Overview.
> > "OpenC++ is a toolkit for C++ translators and analyzers."
> Good. I had checked out OpenC++ but I don't know the current state so let me 
> ask.
> 1. Is it 100% ISO C++ compatible?
Nope, appart of the fact that I have not seen a 100% ISO compatibile
compiler yet, this one is for shure not one of them. 

I watched it once carefully, now I don't remember so well all the
problems, but for the record:
- It won't parse namespaces aliases. 
        ( namespace identifier = org_namespace_name ; )
- It's mechanism of type resolution is not supporting typedefs.
- It's mechanism which is suppose to find for a member template function 
  definition its declaration in the class definition, will not work 
  if the names of the template parameters differ in this two cases:
   template< class T >
   class A 
    int f();

    template<class NOT_T>
    int A<NOT_T>::f(){ return 1 ; }

there was more but It is all I could find out again now. 

Anyway I think it is an excellent project and can be very usefull.

In hope it helps 

Lukasz Dobrek

Dr. Lukasz Dobrek

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