[C++-sig] Interface design.
dave at boost-consulting.com
Tue Apr 22 16:27:46 CEST 2003
tALSit de CoD <talsit at talsit.org> writes:
> Ok, just a quick question.
> I'm now writing an interface to a whole engine with boost (and
> loving it!), but I'm experiencing extremely long compile times, as
> one would imagine, with all the magic going on.
> Is it possible / recommended to split the file that defines the
> interface into various files? This is also because I want to split
> it into separate logical units as well, just like my engine, mainly
> two groups: core & nodes.
Yes. You can either take the approach shown here:
Or you can actually break your extension module into separate
extension modules. It's a little-known and underutilized feature of
Boost.Python that component-based development is supported.
> BTW: this stuff is great?
Is that a question <wink>? I guess I'd answer "yes" ;-)
> Does anyone have a fansite for this?
is the closest thing I've found. Why don't you start an actual
> And the peer-support on this is absolute magnificent!! Cheers and
> keep up the incredible work!
Thanks very much; I'm glad to hear it's working well for you.
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