CD Burning Library

"Marc Boris Dürner" mduerner at
Mon Dec 1 20:41:34 EET 2003

On Monday 01 December 2003 19:29, Navindra Umanee wrote: 
> Sean Middleditch <elanthis at> wrote: 
> > because the "legacy" C library can be easily and quickly wrapped into 
> > C++, Python, C#, etc.  if it was in C++, it would never be used anywhere

> > but C++ most likely. 
> I've said this often: You can write C++ code and export clean C 
> bindings fairly easily.  That way you get the best of both worlds.  I 
> believe FAM is an example of this. 
I agree with this. Even though for many languages you dont even need a
interface. gcc can mix objc and c++ and java freely. For Python and Perl
there is SIP or a 
free tool from that creates a C intermediate, but it might be
better to provide a 
commandline tool for the scripting languages, because they are not designed
to write 
traditional applications yet. If they were, they had a real native interface
and not only a 
primitive C native interface. 

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