if you are not interested in wrapping new wxWindows classes for use in
wxPerl, you can safely ignore this message.
For the others: I just checked in a tool that should simplify wrapping
new wxWindows classes; it is a preprocessor that translates a SWIG-like
syntax into XS. For more information look at script/XSpp.pod, for sample
usage look at ext/calendar, ext/datetime, typemap.xsp.
I did not use Inline::C/CPP, because Inline focuses in smoothing the
building/integration of external code with Perl, but does not provide
anything more advanced than XS typemaps.
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