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An (extern) C wrapper code generator for C++ code. Allows you to wrap C++ code with an extern C interface to be used either by C code or as a dynamic library (by any code), including .def file generation.

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  • Classes and (public) methods\operators\constructors\destructors are being exported.
  • Exceptions are suppported.
  • Inheritance and Polymorphism are supported.
  • Operator and function overloading are being exported.
  • Template instantiations are being exported (i.e. you can export the code of vector<int>).
  • Reference variables are supported.
  • Static methods are supported.
  • Boolean variables are supported for non C99 compilers.

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2010-12-22

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