Short version is the subject line of this message.
The longer version: I can now generate bindings for my several
millions of lines of C++ code (using gccxml). I can build the DLLs so
that inlined functions are available (-fkeep-inline-functions). I can
combine DLLs with no linear load order (using gcc) into a single DLL
that can be opened with load-shared-object. I can call C++ entry
One of the remaining issues is how to deal with signals and C++
W.r.t. signals, if SBCL catches a signal that arises during the
calling of C++ code via sb-alien, SBCL catches the signal. Can I (or
even should I) resume the execution?
I have the same questions regarding C++ exceptions...
Thanks for the help,