From: Edward Diener (eddielee_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-02-04 21:35:49
Stefan Seefeld wrote:
> Sebastian Redl wrote:
>> I think the most promising idea would be to combine an existing special
>> representation (e.g. that of Synopsis) with a custom gcc frontend and
>> embed the gcc backend into a library. Intercept the output. A custom
>> linker that is able to link with a running application would probably be
> I second what David said: just use the system compiler / linker to produce
> a DSO and load that into your process. Anything else is going to be much
> more complex.
> And, I don't see why you would need Synopsis *and* a custom gcc frontend
> (such as gccxml).
What does Synopsis have that Reflex does not as far as C++ reflection is
concerned ? What reflection problem are you trying to solve with
whatever Synopsis can do ?
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