I doubt people on this mailing list would be interested in examining of 12+ MB (decompressed) of source code. You really need to distill things down to simpler questions or problems.


From: Jim Mace [mailto:jim@flyingacellc.com]
Sent: Tuesday, April 27, 2010 11:25 AM
To: David Piepgrass
Cc: Swig-user@lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: RE: C# and C++


I'm trying to track down the URL to the application's source code. The mailing list won't let me attach the 6 MB zip file.


From: David Piepgrass [mailto:dpiepgrass@mentoreng.com]
Sent: Friday, April 23, 2010 3:40 PM
To: Jim Mace
Subject: RE: C# and C++


Oooh, that’s a toughie. How long is the .i file? If it is short, or if it doesn’t use %typemaps and other SWIG features that involve python code, then the conversion might not be hard. But in the general case, converting SWIG code to another target language may be challenging, as is learning to use SWIG.


But you may be lucky. In simple cases, SWIG can switch to another target language with almost no changes.


From: Jim Mace [mailto:jim@flyingacellc.com]
Sent: Friday, April 23, 2010 2:24 PM
To: swig-user@lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: [Swig-user] C# and C++


User group,


I am somewhat lost. I am a C# programmer that mostly programs in ASP.net for the Windows platform, but I am moving over to Linux. I have an application that was written by another developer and C++. He has developed an API and used SWIG to create wrappers for Python. How would I go about making wrappers for C#? I'm just not understanding how this works. If someone can point me in the right direction I would be very grateful.