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tcl, c/c++ interface problems

Posted by jlb (jlb), 17 April 2006
I a new programmer trying to create an interface between a tcl/tk and c/c++ application (Linux machine). I am using SWIG to generate a wrapper. every time i reach a string concatenation statement in the c/c++ code it stalls the application. Is there something that i need to watch out for or do before i can begin to run the application?  thanks in advance.

-jlb

Posted by admin (Graham Ellis), 18 April 2006
I don't know - are you able to provide a brief example showing the source code (along the lines of the examples at http://www.wellho.net/resources/T243.html).  Which C compiler and which operating systems have you tested with?  Is the problem consistent even when you change compilers and operating systems?



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