From: Edward Diener (eddielee_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-02-01 12:33:30
Stefan Roiser wrote:
> On 30 Jan 2006, at 16:13, Edward Diener wrote:
>> Stefan Roiser wrote:
>>> Edward Diener <eddielee <at> tropicsoft.com> writes:
>>>> Stefan Roiser wrote:
>>>>> You can find more information at
>>>> I have found the information on
>>>> this sight totally deficient in regards to creating a working
>>>> under Windows. Your library may be excellent but unless you allow
>>>> everyone to see if it is so or not, it is not a viable
>>>> alternative for
>>>> all end-users.
>>> For the *nix world the library and tools should be buildable with the
>>> attached autotools. For windows I will upload a VC71 solutions
>>> file to
>>> the web page.
>> I look forward to seeing this for Windows.
> I have uploaded a VC71 project solution file to the web page at
> This should build a Reflex.dll. Sorry for the delay but I first had
> to find a way how to export the symbols (this is done with our build
> tools by default). The solution now is to export every symbol. This
> is too much and I probably should do something similar like boost
> choosing the proper set of symbols with the decl_export/import for
> To produce dictionary sources you will need to do
> python python/genreflex/genreflex.py MyHeader.h --gccxmlpath=c:/my/
> and then compile the resulting MyHeader_rflx.cpp into a shareable
> library and dynamically load it into your application (no symbols
> need to be exported).
> If you discover problems please let me know.
Thanks, I have it and will be looking at it. I also encourage you to put
the information about this on your web site for other VC++ developers to
use also in order to try Reflex on Windows. I am very much interested in
a C++ run-time reflection system and, after I have worked with Reflex
will gladly communicate my ideas.
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