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Sat Sep 26 00:02:53 EDT 2009
2009/9/26 Schwab,Wilhelm K <bschwab at anest.ufl.edu>:
> I was digging around on Squeak Source for OSProcess and friends, and ran across CAnalyzer. Are there any papers on it? How robust is it? What does it extract from C code? For example, might one put the GSL (www.gnu.org/software/gsl) header files into it, pull out all of the structure definitions and function prototypes, and generate LOTS of FFI code to make a wrapper? Just a thought...
I having a modified version of SWIG, which can parse C++ files,
including classes and
nested classes, to produce smalltalk code wrappers.
Reproducing the SWIG in smalltalk would be very time consuming.
But it would be cool to have a C/C++ parser implementation.
SWIG is not only parsing, its also doing macro preprocessing, so its
can't be fooled with macros :)
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