From: Hajo Kirchhoff (mailinglists_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-11-15 15:06:07
Edward Diener wrote:
> very difficult. I would still prefer a run-time reflection mechanism which
> was able to find out the internal types and values of a class or object at
> run-time in order to do property and event binding on the fly from
Data abstraction layer, Part 1 (other parts will follow soon)
Data abstraction layer is a run-time reflection mechanism able to find
out the internal types and values.
It does not require any modification to the original C++ type definition
and thus works fine for third-party headers.
It also does not require any preprocessor or header parsing.
See http://www.litwindow.com/lwl/doc/html/comparison_10x.html at the end
of the document "Preparing to use the Lit Window Library" to see the
costs you have to invest to create the data abstraction object for an
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