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From: Richard Ray <rray@ms...> - 2006-01-11 14:21:37
There is a library I would like to build an SBCL FFI interface for.
I've looked around and found several FFI building apps.
I tried Verrazano with CFFI.
It looked promising.
The lisp interface file was built ok but there was a problem loading.
I tweeked it a bit and got it to load but got errors using the functions.
If I'm going to invest the time to learn this I thought I'd get opinions
about the route to take since I'm pretty new to lisp.
Richard Ray <rray@...> writes:
> There is a library I would like to build an SBCL FFI interface for.
> I've looked around and found several FFI building apps.
> I tried Verrazano with CFFI.
I'm not sure if you're looking for a bindings generator (SWIG,
Verrazano, ffi-gen) or an FFI (UFFI, CFFI, SB-ALIEN). But anyway, if
you're going to use CFFI with or without the help of a bindings
generator you will probably be interested in Stephen Compall's CFFI
Chapter 3: An Introduction to Foreign Interfaces and CFFI
It is a work-in-progress and we'd be interested in hearing if it's
helpful for you. You can send comments to cffi-devel@...
luismbo (@) gmail (.) com
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