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From: Fritz Wuehler <fritz@s...>
Subject: [Caml-list] Re: Efficient C++ Interfacing?


> Sure but this is a C++ code generator

No, see the Overview.
"OpenC++ is a toolkit for C++ translators and analyzers."

> I want to process data with OCaml

Oh, I thought Felix wanted to be bootstrapped.
Since Felix is so C++ friendly it should be
easy to drop OpenC++ in to help bootstrapping.
Seems a waste to write a C++ parser in Ocaml
that has to be rewritten in Felix later.

This thing was designed to do what Felix
does, make (C++)++ languages.  It can also
for example deal with Qt's non-C++ issues,
which is just another (C++)++.

The main thing is, no matter what end goal -
this tool gives you a semantic model of the
C++ code, that you can then interface to OCaml
or whatever language you want.  Treat it like
any other library.

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