KWIG Qt->Gtk porting layer and merging main loops.
neundorf at kde.org
Fri Oct 29 22:56:39 EEST 2004
On Friday 29 October 2004 19:03, you wrote:
> Alexander Neundorf wrote:
> >>How is a C program supposed to use C++ STL classes?
By writing a C binding ;-)
> > Why shouldn't a C++ developer use STL ?
> > (I can also ask funny questions).
> A library exposes a C interface. The API makes use of glib's linked list
> data structures etc. You find that unacceptable because you prefer C++
> STL data types. So, if the library exposes a C++-style API instead
> (which makes uses of STL), the C programs can't use that library
> anymore. How do you want to get around that problem, other than
> accepting the pure C API?
Not at all. C programs can use glib. C++ programs can use C++ libs. There's no
need to define glib as a standard infrastructure which should be used by
everybody. If an application links to glib, perfectly ok.
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