From: Rene Rivera (grafik666_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-04-20 19:52:13
[2003-04-18] David Abrahams wrote:
>"Peter Dimov" <pdimov_at_[hidden]> writes:
>> Just FYI, I recently stumbled across http://luabind.sf.net - a library
>> seems to be a boost.python "port" for the Lua language (www.lua.org).
Very nice indeed. I had started very pleriminary work on Lua bindings
miself. But I'm nowhere close to what they have. Wish it would work with
CodeWarrior :-( But I guess I can work on that part.
>It also seems to draw some inspiration from Joel's work on Phoenix
> class_<A>(L, "A")
> value("my_enum", 4),
> value("my_2nd_enum", 7),
> value("another_enum", 6)
Yes, nice, like it very much :-)
>> It might be an interesting project to isolate the language-independent
>> into a core library. :-)
>It seems as though there must be a great deal of common work here.
>It also seems as though pyste could easily(?) be adapted to generate
>bindings for various languages.
>I'd really like to see all this work brought together in Boost so the
>common elements could be factored out and re-used (say, for Perl!).
I think I'll go join another mail-list and see what they think about
starting some work in the Boost-Sandbox.
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