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From: Eray Ozkural <exa@k...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Efficient C++ interfacing?
On Sunday 06 June 2004 19:18, David Fox wrote:
> Unfortunately, those bindings are over three years old, and despite the
> claim of being generated automatically, are continually becoming stale
> and rarely work.  There are now tools called "Kalyptus"and "Smoke" in
> the kdebindings module of the kde.org CVS server, which is used to
> generate several language bindings, none of which is C, but one of which
> is Smoke.  In the smoke directory it looks like there are now
> conversions for both Qt and KDE.  So maybe the pieces are all there now.
>

Yes, the smoke lib is favored among kdebindings developers. They too wish to 
eliminate the manual labor that was needed before to patch the C libs... I 
wonder how well the python bindings perform right now. Python too is a quite 
high level language.

Regards,

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